Body Wisdom

Understanding Body Signals

Do you know that the body talks to you through signals which we may name as pain or diseases? But these are just the body’s mechanisms to expel toxins and get back to balance. Our body is always striving to give us the best possible health. As explained in this article, we need to focus on seven different areas to achieve holistic health.

As per Natural Living, our body has only one goal - to maintain the balance within and reward us with optimum health. It has a wonderful self healing mechanism. It always works for our good health. All illnesses and symptoms are body’s mechanisms to maintain this balance. An illness is just body’s signal to us that it needs our support. If you are ill, don’t worry that something is wrong. Instead, be assured that body is functioning right & hence is able to send out a signal. Fever, cough, cold, rashes, headache, pain, acne, nausea, etc., anything that you experience is body’s signal to you. Understand the signal & take the right action. Right action is one which is in harmony with nature.

There are 7 building blocks of health. When our activity in each of these blocksis in tune with the rhythm of nature, our body is able to function at its optimum, rewarding us with health. If our actions are not compliant with nature, we are unable to address the root cause as quick fixes and remedies only suppress symptoms. As we keep suppressing signals, body has to keep working harder to restore balance; problems keep getting accumulated in the body & hit us harder as big & bigger illnesses.

Hence, for every illness, we should try to understand what the body is trying to tell us & then take supportive action. You can know more about understanding body signals through the following:

  1. Fever
  2. Cough & cold
  3. Migraine
  4. Cervical spondylitis
  5. Loss of appetite when sick
  6. Feeling sleepy after a meal
  7. Diabetes
  8. Arthritis
  9. Asthma
  10. Menopause
  11. Acidity
  12. Thyroid
  13. Blood Pressure


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