Have you been wondering what restoring wellness balance really looks like? The true answer is that it varies widely from person to person and should always be ever-changing. Accepting the ups and downs in your search for true health can go a long way in keeping you on the right path.
What do you focus on when trying to feel better? Is it your food? Too much? Too little? How about timing your food around your needs? Maybe it’s just getting more regular rest or better quality rest? Do you know what your optimal sleep looks like? How about an optimal day at the gym? What would your body prefer at this point in your life or this time of year?
Here’s a blog post that offers a snapshot of what to consider including some of these things, when thinking of your own true and healthy wellness balance.
Whether it’s to tame your everyday pain or just to do your best to avoid unnecessary pain, Dr. Liou (author of Every Body’s Guide to Everyday Pain, Volume One – Put Out the Fire) shares with us a small window into her most recent calibration of her own healthy balance.
For more, follow this link to her recent post…Source: Return to Health, P.S. – Helping You Find Your Balance For True Health
The information provided in this blog is in no way intended to and should not be used to substitute for individualized medical advice.
Please consult a health care provider for the proper treatment of your pain.
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