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Most people think of a detox as a superficial process. You change your diet, take supplements, or abstain from harmful substances, and the body does the rest. I am an advocate of all of these things. Unfortunately, many of my patients have health concerns that go beyond a poor diet. They need a multifaceted approach to rid their bodies of excess toxins so that they can function optimally.
In times of stress and unknown, don’t underestimate the transformative power of a soak and self-massage. Try this self-care practice to connect back to nature and create inner calm.
One of the biggest changes over the past few decades in medicine concerns the notion of toxic and toxins. Medical schools used to define both only in terms of chemical poisons and addictive drugs and alcohol. Now people speak of toxic emotions, toxic relationships, even a toxic lifestyle.
The lymphatic system is responsible for clearing wastes and maintaining healthy circulation in your body. Be sure you understand how it works and how to keep it healthy.
Here are a few guidelines to create your own three-day detox that can facilitate your body’s release of toxins, optimize your body’s detoxification pathways, and reverse some of the effects of chronic stress.