Your body will tell you when something isn’t quite right. If you’re uncomfortable or not feeling quite right, then listen to the signs and narrow it down to the source.
Whether you get sick easily, something feels off in your body or maybe you’re unhappy, it could be attributed to eating and drinking the wrong things.
When you don’t feel quite right, try writing it down. Not only will this help you narrow down what the cause may be, but you will see over time the most common occurrences and symptoms to better help you tackle the source.
Have you heard the term “dilution is the solution”? If not, you have now! If you’re feeling kind of clogged up or sluggish, lack of water consumption is likely a factor. Dehydration is also commonly overlooked. In any case, it never hurts to drink some water. Sometimes the simplest of things can help the most with mental and physical wellbeing.
Be mindful of the foods you eat and how your body reacts to certain things. At what points have you felt best? Was it because of an activity you did or something you ate? How do different foods and drinks effect you? Do they impact your sleep for better or worse? Your body will tell you what it needs to feel better. All you have to do is listen.
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Lax, Lauryn. “Intuitive Eating: Are You Listening to Your Body’s Signals?” Breaking Muscle, https://breakingmuscle.com/healthy-eating/intuitive-eating-are-you-listening-to-your-bodys-signals.