As we get back to our busy lives, what must we remember? To analyse our physical and emotional reactions at the end of the quarantine period. Why is this so important? Because this pandemic has worked as a catalyst for our internal blockages and biochemical imbalances! As though under a magnifying glass, we have finally been able to truly see our week points, our “loose ends”, all of which must now be addressed.
Have you noticed any changes in yourself? Have you noticed any shifts in your symptoms or conditions? Some of you may have started to feel better, because of the chance to sleep more, the opportunity to spend more time with nature, in the garden, more time to cook and to eat home-made quality food. If this is you, fantastic! Put together a list of your achievements and celebrate! Some of you, however, may have gone through the lock down period slightly differently. Perhaps you have experienced an increase in panic attacks, maybe your digestive system has gotten worse, maybe you have developed cravings for certain food, your skin has grown drier, the list goes on. Does any of this sound familiar? Unless you actually had COVID-19 in which case your immune system underwent serious stress, you may have simply depleted your energy resources, leaving your body’s “weak points” noticeable. These could be emotional symptoms, gastro-intestinal issues, skin problems, joint pain, and many others. Can you relate to this? These shifts demonstrate that your level of stress resistance is low. The stress that we all, without exception, have recently experienced, has used up your low internal resources, minerals and nutrients, allowing any health issues that were previously under control, to now resurface and ask for attention.
Let’s do a quick self-check of the main symptoms that can indicate certain imbalances. Please take note of whether these symptoms improved or got worse during the pandemic period.
- Quality of sleep (waking during the night, sweating during the night, nightmares)
- Skin conditions (acne, dryness, redness)
- Quality of stool (regularity, shape, colour, undigested food or mucus present)
- Digestive health (heartburn, bloating, gas, heaviness after eating, cramps)
- Headaches, migraines
- Specific food cravings
- Energy level (general level, changes during the day)
- Reaction to certain food and drink (alcohol, coffee, fatty food, fermented food, junk food)
- Muscle and joint pain
- Mood swings, anxiety, tendency to depression
If any of these symptoms have become more noticeable, it is a good idea to start addressing them as soon as possible. We all understand that we cannot avoid the stress in our lives. Instead, we need to learn how to deal with it and ensure our bodies are physically able to do so. Any of the symptoms listed above need to be analysed and their real cause must be found and addressed. Is it malnourishment, dysbiosis, indigestion, hormonal or neurotransmitter imbalance, high inflammation, mitochondrial disbalance or even unaddressed primary reflexes? Or perhaps you have certain unresolved emotional issues and traumas that are supressing your immune system and are leaving you more vulnerable to stress? Once you know the real reasons, many things can be done to support your health in an individual holistic way in order to improve your overall wellbeing and to take your performance to a new level.
Together with Masha Muzyrya, holistic coach and energy therapist, we have set up an entire programme called REBOOT YOUR BODY & BRAIN. This unique experience will help you to address your “loose ends” and achieve health improvements across many different levels. Join us for our TOTAL RESET RETREAT from the 25th of September to the 2nd of October.
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