Medicines Paying attention to what our body is informing us would certainly protect against a whole lot of ailments from getting even worse. Taking pain killers is a short-lived yet comfort remedy, but keep in mind that if the pain persists the best way to keep it under control in the future is to understand exactly, the what and the why of the cause. Unfortunately, when the reason for the discomfort cant be determined and it still persists after several hours it will make us take more painkillers. However, one very important thing to be aware here is the amount of chemical deposits that will settle in the liver from taking medicines and overtime time these chemicals will start to bleach into the colon disrupting its function and generating many more significant health problems. Learning how to pay attention and understand the messages that our body is telling us is crucial.
Understanding sensations and feelings Dont ignore the signals that our body is trying to tell us that something is not right, like: being drowsy, lethargic or sluggish, sudden weight gain or sudden weight loss, change in body temperature, mood swings, blood stress and pulse rate These are among the few that can be observed and could be measured with certainty. When you feel these signals the body is telling us that something is not working well. Taking energy drinks, resting, relaxing, taking antacids are some of the things that we normally do, but all these have temporary effects. When the feeling of sluggishness or drowsiness for example persists, there is no amount of energy drink that could restore the body to normal function. All the soothing actions taken are temporary solutions, but will not cure the illnesses. It only masks the effects temporarily and masking the effects in some cases could be terribly dangerous.
Identify the cause Lets make this clear, what eventually cures the illness is the identification of the cause of the pain or discomfort. Once the cause is identified, the solution to treat it (unless its a serious ailment) can be easier and will avoid repeating the same pain or discomfort to happen again. Try to make a conscious effort to sit back, think a while, and decide on matters that will work best for you and those that will not. Dont get caught taking temporary measures and becoming dependent on them; it will make matters worse. The important message here is to live the best healthy life one can and learn to listen to what the body is telling us. Our dependence on costly temporary cover-ups and help from health care professionals will be minimal and thus lessening the intake of chemicals into our body.
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