Friday, January 20, 2017

Are You Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired?


Don’t get me wrong, medicine can be a wonderful thing. I’ve seen it cure diseases and truly help people. When my son had asthma attacks, I would have given every dime I had and every dime that I would ever make, for one little tube of his asthma medicine. At six months old, my son took six medications daily for asthma and allergies. 

The medicine helped him to breathe, but it wreaked havoc on his body. His teeth suffered, his immune system suffered, and he had a poor appetite. Not only was his asthma an issue, but he also had medicine sickness. He had to take the medicine to breathe, and then the medicine caused problems in his body, so he had to take more medicine. It was a frustrating cycle. 

Until, I met a doctor that changed our life. It was my chiropractor. As he was treating me for my conditions, I told him about Jordon. When he told me that he might be able to him get off of his medicine, I was skeptical. I did not understand how his spine could affect his breathing. It turns out, however, that he was right. Jordan had a spinal sublaxation that was causing his problems. He had an imbalance of 8,000 percent. After a few adjustments, Jordon was able to go off of all medicine. And he hasn’t had an asthma attack or flare up since. 

So, why I am telling you this? Because I want you to know that the medicine was not healing Jordon. It was only treating his symptoms. Once we found his problem, and treated it, he no longer needed the medicine. His body was able to heal itself. Praise God. 

Our bodies are complex and truly beautiful. We all have the ability to heal ourselves. Sometimes we just have to take the time to find out what we need. When we take control of our own life, then we can start the healing process. 

If you need some direction, start by going to this website http://whole30.com/step-one/. They have a wonderful diet to help reset the body. 

Things I do to stay healthy: 
  1. Eat a healthy diet
  2. See a chiropractor in addition to my family doctor
  3. Get massages
  4. Exercise daily 
  5. Drink lots of water (this one I struggle with, but I’m trying)
  6. Meditate
  7. Pray and read my Bible
  8. Spend time in nature
  9. Get enough sleep
  10. Laugh often, think positive, and try not to sweat the small stuff

Love and blessings,


Candida

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