5 Ways to Instantly Improve Your Health (that your doctor hasn’t told you)
1 You need to POOP! And be pooping 2-3 times per day! Yes, it’s quick and simple, not messy, a task that has you in and out of the bathroom. No need for reading material. So, if you are taking a book, magazine or iphone into the bathroom to do your duty, it’s taking too long. If you only go once maybe twice a week, that’s not enough. 2-3 times per day! (should look like soft serve ice cream)
2 Drink ￼￼Water. Everyone is saying how healthy it is to drink water but, do you really know how much? Here is the real deal, cold hard truth on water. Ready for some math…. Half your bodyweight in ounces every day. If you start to drink that, you will be on your way of well hydrated!
3 In Pain? If you have chronic pain, try experimenting with dietary changes. Eliminate dairy for a few weeks, then reintroduce it and see how you feel. Do the same with wheat, meat, fish, nuts, caffeine, and alcohol, one at a time. If your pain gets worse when you add back a food, it may be contributing to your pain or inflammation.
4 Depression? Try Breathing. Poor breathing leads to anxiety, stress, and symptoms of illness. Your brain needs 5 times the oxygen as any other organ. Breathing deeply can eliminate toxins, decrease stress, boost your energy and just make you feel so good!
5 Attention Woman- there’s more to it than just TSH. Here is list of a few thyroid tests, be sure to request a copy of your thyroid labs so that you can see them yourself and ensure that they are interpreted correctly. Thyroid Stimulating Hormone, TG Antibodies, TPO Antibodies, T3, T4.
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