As a congruent female and an Independent Nikken Wellness Consultant, I find that the Five Pillars of Health are so important for transgender care.
Healthy Mind - Being transgender has been proven to be a medical condition and is considered so by the World Health Organization. However, it's important that trans patients receive good psychological care as well and follow guidelines that were called the Harvey Benjamin Standards of Care. Now called WPATH.
Healthy Body - Hormone Replacement Therapy and Surgery are part of the treatment for trans patients. There's also standards for this as well. With the introduction of hormones in the body, patients should be on an aspirin regimen and blood work needs to be conducted in order that the body's getting the right dosage of hormones. Diet and exercise are important as well. At all times trans patients should NOT SMOKE or use TOBACCO products or drink excessive amounts of alcohol during treatment.
Healthy Finances - It costs money for treatment as some insurance companies do not pay for adequate transgender specialized care. It's also difficult for trans patients to pay for treatment because the laws in many countries including the US make it possible for big corporations and state and local government jobs to be fired for having a medical condition called Gender Dysphoria.
Healthy Society - The only way trans people can win or gain acceptance is through visibility and demonstrating that they can be productive members of society. People are afraid of what they don't understand and in order to have a healthy society we must put aside biases and focus on how we can work together to make this world a better place.
Healthy Family - Many trans people have not been afforded the blessing of a close and accepting family. The stigma behind this sometimes misunderstood medical condition can lead to family alienation, leaving trans patients to fend for themselves in society. Often times some trans people turn to sex work on the streets in order to survive. This is unacceptable from a society that prides itself in being open minded, accepting and tolerant of marginalized groups of people.
Meeting all Five Pillars of Health can make a person's spirit shine for the rest of the world to see.
Luckily Nikken is a company that is open minded and accepting of all people, including members of marginalized communities. If you believe in helping others reach their full potential in the Five Pillars of Health, then you're a good fit.
Nikken provides a great opportunity for trans men and woman who believe that good health and wellness is for everyone. It's a great way to own your own business and help at least three additional people to teach three others to do the same. It's a matter of duplication and consistency. If you want your business to succeed, one will treat is as real job not a hobby.
The products have helped me recover from my Gender Reassignment Surgery in 2016. I feel that the researched and developed technologies can have a positive impact in everybody's lives who want to live healthier and achieve the ultimate wellness goals they have for themselves with their doctors guidance and care. To me Nikken products go hand in hand with one's doctors and or medical and mental professionals.