Imagine today is December 31, 2021. You’re preparing to celebrate New Year’s Eve with friends or family. An entire year has come and gone. Coronavirus. The election. Lockdowns…ALL the challenges of 2020 are faded memories.
It’s no secret. COVID-19 has forever changed our lives. Our communities and the world will not look or feel the same post-quarantine. Although no one can be sure what to expect on a societal level, I’ve heard from many patients, friends, and colleagues that they’ll prioritize what quarantine has helped them discover is truly important…a less busy schedule, meals together, open lines of communication with distant friends and relatives, creativity, hobbies, time in nature, a connection with Source.
Stress…a physical and emotional response to change. When money is tight or a relationship gets shaky, stress can wreak havoc on your health and wellbeing. You may notice symptoms that affect your body, mood, and behavior, such as:
Detoxification should be a natural bodily process. Your body is equipped with detoxification pathways to remove toxins so you can enjoy optimal health. Unfortunately, higher levels of toxic exposure in our daily environment mean the pathways get overburdened and toxins accumulate.
If you’re recovering from the debilitating symptoms of toxic mold, you may have developed some anxiety or fear about re-exposure. While this is understandable, these emotions can further harm your mental and physical health and lower your quality of life.
When’s the last time you heard someone talk about good vibes or the power of positive thinking? If you’re on a healing journey, chances are you’ve come across an uplifting quote that inspired you to consider the impact of your thoughts and feelings on your physical health and mental wellbeing.