I think most people would like to live a healthy and happy life for as long a time as possible. And we all instinctively know what we need to do to reach that goal.
In the previous article in this series I mentioned supplements, diet, and making positive lifestyle changes such as exercise and the effects that this has on strengthening your body so that you can fight back better against whatever comes. Now let’s talk about natural herbs which are a very powerful tool to heal and protect ourselves.
You probably know that some foods are more powerful than others when it comes to helping strengthen our immunity.
We all want to live a healthy and happy life, free from diseases. Actually, our body is very capable of providing that, unless we are putting stress on the body and forcing it to work harder, rather than taking care of our body and mind.
We all want the same thing, to stay healthy and to live as long as possible. However, how many of us really pay close attention to our health? Many of us prefer choosing comfort and pleasure instead of eating healthy foods and taking regular exercise. I think that we all know what we need to do, but actually doing it is often not so easy.
There are thousands of diet books, hundreds of types of diet, many quick fixes or “fad” diets. All that everyone wants to know is how to lose weight fast, and easily.
In the first three parts of this series I talked about how nutrition, mindset, behavior modification and lifestyle can all help to improve our overall health, mentally and physically. However, we also have some very effective medicinal herbs and plants which have been used for thousands of years, a long time before modern medicine.
I can not believe how often I hear the question “how do you handle anxiety?”, which makes me think how many people are suffering from stress and anxieties. Of course, we all have to deal with unusual circumstances and we all respond differently, we each let it affect us individually in different ways.
We are always living in a state of survival. This might be any type of chronic illness, virus or maybe a lifestyle related disease.
How much do blood sugar levels affect our physical and mental health? And most importantly, what we can do about it? Most of us know what we need to do to improve our health.
Do you think we live most of our lives in a safe zone? Mostly we are looking for comfort, making sure that we are safe, and looking at the easiest way for everything. And that’s absolutely understandable, and it does seem like a smart approach too. But have you ever thought that if we are always living in our comfort zone then maybe we are missing something?