Getting Free Of Health Symptoms To Recover Energy
My family is having a speight of health symptoms and problems, and this last year it’s been one thing after another, where one relative had a gallbladder removed due to gallstones, another one had major surgery last autumn, and is still recovering from it, another one is seriously ill in hospital, and is probably over the worst but has a long road of challenges ahead, and saddest of all my mum passed away suddenly last Christmas, although she had been ill with an allegedly unrelated illness for many years before that.
Another relative is waiting for mental health treatment and they’re all using conventional methods, which I deeply respect. But alongside this approach I strongly believe in a whole range of amazing treatments that can simply be tacked on, without interfering, in order to give those recovering the one thing they really need more of, and that’s energy.
Undue Pressure On The Medics
We all want to be happy and healthy, but what happens when the challenges of illness strike, we find ourselves all too willing to hand ourselves over to the authority of traditional western medicine.
And I do too, of course I do, but you have to follow it, and I remember before I was even interested in what I do now for a living.
Back in 1998, I had the gynaecological operation everyone’s heard of (holding off from saying it here, as don’t want to upset delicate imaginations) so I’ll spare you.
In hindsight that operation could probably have been avoided had I done more due diligence into what was ailing me. After all it’s not a procedure that is taken for life threatening reasons, but that’s a story for another day.
Are The Signs Of Aging True?
Being ill is one thing, it’s like losing weight on a diet, in hindsight that’s the easy part, but maintaining the weight loss, or recovering from surgery or a serious event are where the real challenges live.
And finding the energy to-do-something-about-it, when you’re at a low ebb presents it’s own challenges. But when I’d had my non-life-threatening operation, I was handed a simple exercise sheet. that I carried out from the get-go, every day, and got back behind my desk within 8-wks instead of the predicted 12-wks. But I was younger then and as we age recovery can take longer, depending on our starting-point before an energy-battering illness or medical procedure invades.
There’s such a myth around getting more decrepit as we age, yet when I worked on the phones at SAGA Holidays, and had a sprightly octogenarian on the other end booking yet another intrepid adventure, I’d ask them their secret to being young-at-heart and the answer was always the same; “Keeping active”.
When we do develop health symptoms it’s quite another matter, in terms of recovery, but expecting the doctor to have all the solutions adds too much pressure on their shoulders, after all they didn’t make us ill in the first instance. So it’s important to do your own due diligence and take more than one approach to achieve a full recovery.
And of course it depends upon what is going on, for example if it’s an out-of-sync behaviour you might turn to NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), Hypnotherapy and Life Coaching, all of which I use. But when it comes to physical symptoms that make a more dramatic impact, especially when they appear suddenly, then a multi-faceted approach is highly recommended.
Getting Healthy & Staying Healthy
You don’t need me to spell out the importance of living in the healthiest body and mindset you can. With this comes a range of rich rewards that provide great vitality and zest for life. And this inherently makes you more receptive with your lover, your family, your friends and your work. Because balance is key!
We live in exciting times … and it’s much easier to get on board with you, by introducing yourself to the world of reversing disease, getting healthy, regaining youthful enthusiasm and hope. You no longer have to put having a great quality of life on hold, until the right-time appears to realise it. There is only now!
Bruce Lipton says “It’s the environment stupid”, and if you haven’t heard about him you might want to check out one of two of his books on Amazon.
The Wisdom Of The Cells”
As a Developmental Biologist Bruce Lipton was working at Stamford University’s on their Stem Cell Research, which has since evolved into a new Quantum Science field of Epigenetics that tells us, it’s not the nucleus of the cell but the environment that the cell lives in that impacts us.