Warnin signs your body has toxins

Warnin signs your body has toxins

Published Sept. 30, 2021, 4:55 p.m. by Jagdeep singh

Toxemia is an abnormal state of the blood and tissue originating from an unhealthy lifestyle that produces stress.
 
It’s not just about the toxins from the outside that we take in, but from the toxins that our body produces.
 
This theory, which comes from Natural Hygiene, explains a lot of unexplainable diseases.
 
You don’t need a medical test to tell if you’re toxemic.
 
You can identify toxemia through fatigue, laziness, depression, and weakness, and other symptoms. These symptoms first show stress, then, when they are more advanced, they indicate toxemia.
 
Laboratory tests and diagnoses cannot always measure these subjective sensations. That is why medicine often denies their existence. When we complain to a doctor about a lack of energy and other symptoms, the physician orders complete laboratory tests. But often, these tests reveal nothing serious, so you’re told “You’re perfectly healthy. Go out and have fun!”
 
You continue feeling worse and worse!
 
So pay attention to your body.
 
There are a few warning signs that you’re toxemic:
 
1) Need caffeine to go through the day.
 
If you feel that you can’t go through the day without using a stimulant such as coffee, tea, diet soda, or chocolate, then it probably means that you’re burning the candle at both ends.
 
2) Trouble concentrating, feeling “spacey"
 
That’s another sure sign that you’re not generating enough energy naturally and need to de-stress, cleanse and rest more.
 
3) No energy to exercise
 
The trick here is not to force yourself to work out no matter what, but rather to take the time to get back on track with your diet and sleep, and eventually the energy will come back to exercise.
 
4) Feeling tired, lethargic, or sluggish
 
5) Cravings or lack of appetite for healthy foods
 
6) Recent fat gain.
 
Changing your diet makes sense, but you often need help to "reset the system." And I am not necessarily talking about a "cleanse". I am referring more specifically to fasting.