Maxine from royalpalmprotection.com is here with you. Are you experiencing any symptoms that are causing you to worry like blurred vision, persistent pain, numbness in limbs, diarrhea, urinary frequency, shortness of breath, constipation and anything out of the ordinary? If so, the time is now to pay attention to your health before it is too late. These symptoms are signals that your body is out of balance and it needs to be rebalanced.
TIME FOR A CHECKUP
Without a doubt, these symptoms should be checked out by a health professional at a clinic, hospital or private office. It does not matter where you go as long as the healthcare facility is certified and you get your health screening done. Routinely, you will need to have blood and urine tests done. Sometimes, the health professional will request a stool test. Also, you will get your temperature, pulse rate, respiration and blood pressure taken and recorded.
TIME FOR THE DIAGNOSIS
After the examination and the results are in from all tests, the health professional can hopefully identify what is going on with you. This is called a diagnosis. If the diagnosis is unfavorable, you should not worry. Worrying will only cause undue stress to your already comprised body. It is possible that medication will be prescribed. Please take it to help you feel better.
Most of the time people worry because they are not informed. You will not suffer in that area. For your information, according to World Health Organization(WHO), the ten top causes of death are ” ischemic heart disease, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lower respiratory infection, Alzheimer disease and other dementia, trachea,bronchus,lung cancer, Diabetes mellitus, road injury, Diarrhoeal diseases and Tuberculosis.”
You have been diagnosed and informed let’s run along and make some changes to improve your health.
TIME FOR ACTION
More than several changes should be made to improve your health. You should do the following:
- Take medication as prescribed or a highly recommended natural alternative. Please remember that the recommended dosage of a substance is according to body weight.
- Eat foods that heal – low in sodium and high in fiber. Some super healing foods are papaya, kiwi, cranberry, wheat grass and dragonfruit, just to name a few.
- Exercise regularly.
- Maintain a good body weight. Excessive stress on your heart is not healthy at all.
- Avoid drinking alcohol and smoking. Drinking herbal teas, natural juices, water and fresh air are healthier choices.
- Keep yourself safe.
Implementing these changes should help you to reduce the risk of having symptoms of illness. In some cases, the body actually starts to heal. We will talk about this in another blog.
Finally, it is clear there is a greater probability that your health can improve by you taking the time to pay attention to your health, by visiting a health professional, being diagnosed, being informed and implementing simple life sustaining changes in your daily routine.
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