I have tried to treat my body decently over the years. However, I have three kids and I am a busy executive with a hectic career, so giving my body the respect it needs has been a tough road. And most of the time, I ended up failing at it. I had often heard friends talking about how to detox your body on a number of occasions, but I did not listen and learn more about it like I really should have over the years.
Although I am no more than about 10 pounds overweight, I found myself feeling fatigued and unwell on most days. At some point, I tried to add in more exercise to my daily life because I assumed the extra weight was the source of my problems. While I did lose a little weight and I felt a tiny bit less tired, I still did not feel very healthy. And worse, while the fatigue decreased somewhat, I was still struggling with it every day. It kept me from getting as much work done or spending time doing fun things with my kids like I wanted to.
Because I am 49 years old, I began to think that age was a big factor in my health troubles. After all, so many other people in their 40s also start complaining of feeling tired and not as healthy as they were in previous decades, so maybe I was just worrying too much about something I could not change.
I brought up my thoughts about my health to a friend who told me that I was wrong about it being age related. In fact, she told me that at my age, I should still feel ready to take on the world. She told me about a detox program that she followed to help things get better. This time, I was desperate to start feeling better, so I listened carefully.
I'm happy to say that I did my first detox last month, and I was amazed at just how much I felt better soon after finishing it. The problem all along was that I needed to help my body get rid of toxins that were holding me back. The good thing is that it's possible to do it more than once, so if I find myself feeling down again in the future, I will follow the steps again to get myself feeling good as needed.Keep On Analyzing