Have you been sneezing more lately?
Maybe you have started itching – a rash is building.
Over the past few days, have you’ve been sore or constipated?
What do you do when unexpected health symptoms appear out of nowhere? How do you stop them from getting worse?
Well, you prevent them before they happen.
Most people run to the pharmacy and buy an OTC quick-fix. As logical as this may be, your symptoms may stop for a few days, but until you identify the cause of these unexpected health reactions, they are probably going to come back once you stop the OTC solutions.
Make This Easy
If you live a lifestyle that prevents unwanted health reactions from popping up, you can reverse them as soon as they appear.
This works for everything else, too.
Think about this the next time an irritating health reaction appears out of no where …
Figure out what you are reacting to – what you have been exposed to – where have you recently been?
If you do this ASAP, time will be on your side because the cause of your reaction may still be close by, both in time and in location. Did you have your home recently sprayed for bugs; did your boss have the office painted or new carpet installed; did they spray the lawn at your school; did you go to the mall for the first time in months; were you recently at the movie theater – where were you a few days before your symptoms appeared?
Eat fresh food as much as possible and drink plenty of water daily, which means avoid processed foods, sugar-free products, soft drinks, and cheap drive-thru’s.
This eases the need for your body to focus on sweeping unnecessary chemicals out, which stresses your immune system and distracts it from being armed and ready for a foreign toxin, like an allergen or a pesticide.
I also suggest adopting a regular supplement routine, especially if you don’t have time to eat right daily. Some supplements are better than others, so keep a natural food supplement in vitamin and mineral form in your cupboard, and take an extra vitamin boost at least 4 times a week.
This is prevention at its finest.
Detox at the first sign of any negative health symptom.
Detoxing means lots of things, from internal detoxing, like my French Green Clay 10-Step Detox Program and cancer prevention diet, to snuffing salt water up your nostrils when allergy symptoms appear.
Remember this: health symptoms are a reaction to something. Your body has been exposed to an element that is causing it to react.
Identify what that is, remove your external exposure, detox from any internal exposure, and supply your body with the best natural tools it needs to take care of the situation on its own.
After you have provided your body with the tools that it needs to remove the cause of your health reactions, you will now have a clearer picture of why you are sneezing, wheezing or constipated.
This then leads to the solution.
If this doesn’t work for you, and your health symptoms remain, then you should try OTC medications or make an appointment with your doctor.
Keep your body strong so that it has the tools it needs to prevent negative health reactions to toxins in your food and environment.
This works with everything else, too. Flat tires, plumbing issues, garden weeds – you name it. Do your homework before the event manifests into problems.
The fun thing about these basic steps is when you focus on preventing negative events, you never know that they were looming right around the corner because you avoided them.
Here’s to your health!!
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Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.