When We Get Sick And Experience Symptoms Of Disease
What Is Our Body Trying To Tell Us?
By: Dr. Rita Louise
Alternative health is all about taking care of our body naturally. Illness and symptoms of disease are often the consequence of imbalances in the body. Typically, the first symptom of disease to appear is fatigue. Next, we may get frequent infections, colds and the flu. Many times disease symptoms are taken for granted as a natural sign of aging.
The appearance of symptoms, however, marks the clinical stage of a disease. When the skin becomes dry, when we have pain in the shoulder, when we have excessive bloating, gas, constipation or diarrhea, each tell us that something is going on in our bodies, that something is wrong.
Although there IS a point of no return, it is surprising to see how well the body responds alternative health methods and nutritional corrections. It has been found that with lifestyle changes, nutritional supplementation and dietary improvements, you can work toward the remission of many symptoms of disease and the reversal of the disease process.
It is up to us to pay attention to the signs and symptoms our bodies provide and become proactive about our health. Incorporating alternative health concepts such as eating a healthy nutritious diet, drinking lots of water, exercising or even shedding a few pounds are a great, simple way for you to start down the road of healing and wholeness. If, on the other hand, you are experiencing symptoms of ill health, work with a qualified practitioner to help you to restore your health.
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About Dr. Rita Louise
Bestselling author, Dr. Rita Louise, is a Naturopathic Physician and the founder of the Institute Of Applied Energetics. It is her unique gift as a medical intuitive and professional clairvoyant psychic that enlivens her work. Let Dr. Rita assist you bringing health, healing and wholeness back into your life.
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