I went downstairs to my finished basement last week – I hadn’t been down there in a while – and my face started to tingle. No, it wasn’t an emotional or a spiritual ‘tingle’, it was a sensation that I get when I’m in the presence of a toxin.
Now, you might think this is an odd happening, but if you know what it’s like to be energetically and environmentally sensitive, then you probably understand.
Like many other sensitives, I pick up “information” in my environment. You know, it’s that “vibrational” thing (and if you ‘don’t know’ then make sure you listen in on my show with Dr. Jim Oschman author of the Science of Energy Medicine). But this time it wasn’t only energetic, it was a physical, environmental sensation (although the two aren’t really separate). Not only did I know it was a toxin, I knew what it was – and that it was mold.
Some might not consider mold a toxin but when it’s overgrowing in my environment, to me it’s a toxin. I had a criticizing moment with myself for not keeping up with
The liver is the body’s second largest organ, it weights about 2kgs, and plays a critical role in maintaining health & beauty tips. It produces bile, which is necessary for the breakdown of fats and for digestion. It detoxifies poisons that enter our bloodstream, such as nicotine, alcohol, pollution etc. and assists in elimination of these poisons from our system. The liver is also capable of re-generating itself (builds new cells) – up to 25% of the liver can be removed, and within a short time, it will grow back to its original size and shape!. The liver can become inflamed as a result of excessive consumption of alcohol, exposure to chemicals, overdoses of some drugs and by viral infections. If the liver is not functioning normally, toxins build-up in the system and bloodstream.
The four health tips basic reasons for poor liver function are:
1. The presence of cumulative poisons – insecticides, preservatives etc
2. An improper diet – high in fried foods, processed foods, junk foods, refined white flour products, white sugar products etc.
Is it hormonal? Emotional? Ill-health? Foods? Medications? Mental stress and worry? Breathing difficulties? Tense muscles or pain? The person next to you?
There are so many possible factors that can be attributed to sleep disorders.
And there are just as many or more medication-based “answers” to this problem that work for some people some of the time.
If this is a problem for you then one of the best things to do is begin by taking your own inventory.
Make a list of what in your life is making you feel out of balance and track that daily for a few days. Notice if it’s an ongoing situation that could be disturbing your sleep.
This process helps you to focus in on yourself and start paying attention to things in your life and body that you might not have noticed before. Some imbalances can be contributing to your problem.
Here are some natural sleep aids and tips that can help you snooze the night through:
–Keep your bedtime routine consistent
–Make your bedroom as comfortable as possible
-Remove televisions, computers, phones, and unnecessary lighting