Are you Covered?
Is Your Body Prepared for an Emergency?
Just as we are told to have savings in case of emergencies the same holds true for the body. If an emergency or unexpected expense arises and there are not any savings, it creates additional stress and tapping into credit lines.
The body will do the best it can with what it has to work with when there are no reserves or the reserves are not healthy, the body goes into a state of depletion. Sometimes the crisis is temporary and the body rebounds quickly and other times the crisis is more serious and may lead to chronic health problems or disease.
Do you ever wonder why some people recover from a common cold rather fast and others it takes weeks or even lingers for months?
This is due to the state of the immune system.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine the qi related to the immune system is called Defensive Qi or Wei Qi. The Wei Qi is the body’s coat of armor protecting the body from pathogenic invaders, such as, bacteria and viruses.
Strong Immunity = Quicker Recovery and Rebuilding.
Weak Immunity = Tap Reserves + Deplete Bodies Savings = Slower Recovery and Rebuilding.
This idea applies to all body systems. Think of a vehicle, when provided with fuel to run, regular oil changes, and proper maintenance, it runs well. If a part needs replaced and we do not get it changed, we will have a faulty vehicle affecting the entire machines ability to function properly.
The body is not a bunch of parts, rather it is a whole being working together, all body systems relying on each other, interconnected, interdependent, all in an effect to run smoothly.
Is Your Health Reserve in the Surplus?
What Taps the Body?
Foods void of nutrients, chronic stress, dehydration, trauma, accidents, injury, illness, surgery, over work, physical, mental, and emotional stressors, too much alcohol, smoking, negativity, emotions that are chronic or long standing such as anger or long term grieving, burning the candle at both ends, doing everything for everyone and not taking time for yourself.
How to Create Healthy Cells?
Fuel: nutrient dense food and purified water
Best Wellness Policy
“If I had to limit my advice on healthier living to just one one tip, it would be simply learn how to breathe correctly”, Andrew Weil, MD
This content may contain affiliate links, if you make a purchase from these links, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Disclaimer: This is for educational purposes only and is not medical advice and does not replace any medical advice. Please consult your health care provider for health concerns.