This blog is hopefully a wake-up message to the people out there that are wandering what happened to feeling good and not having to take Meds to get through the day or just to stay alive one more day. Scary? Good then I got your attention.
Imagine you are driving down the road and the engine light comes on. The first thing you do is have it looked at by a professional or towed to a professional and repaired. Let’s take a look at your body and do the math as we go along. You are going about your day. You have a pain in left arm but you don’t have time for this. Have things to do. Job to get to, kids to pick up, dinner to make, night out with girls/boys. Why is the car more important than your health? Some might say I have to have it to get from point A to point B. Facts are that if you don’t give your body the same respect that you give your car. You won’t need the car because your body will not be able to go from point A to point B. We as intelligent human beings need to start to use our symptoms as our engine light and pay attention instead of ignoring the warning.
The fact is the human body is designed to take care of you and your life style for a very long time if you take care of the maintenance requirements. Whether you are dealing with emotional or physical imbalances, you have to provide the requirements of proper nutrition, rest, general check-ups and lots of water and less stress, right thinking and kindness.
Most of us don’t stop to think about how the body works or what it’s requirements are. The truth is by the time you get your symptoms, your body has already reached the chronic stage of an illness. In Holistic Complimentary Therapies, we look above and below the obvious organ that is in distress because sometimes another issue contributed to the obvious. The majority of people believe that when the symptoms disappear that the problem is solved. The truth is you have to monitor and care for your body as you do your car. When you change the oil, you are not done for the life of the car. If you are, the life of the car will be short. With that statement, you do the math.
Wishing you all a long and healthy life.