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The First Step of Holistic Healing Is to Visit Your Doctor

More than 30% of adults use alternative medicine every year, reports the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Medicine. This approach usually focuses on acute symptoms, such as pain, as well as preventing and treating patients with chronic illness. The goal of treatment goes beyond the cure of disease to well-being.

However, the disease is common. The average adult gets 2-4 flu per year. 50 million Americans are allergic to the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the US. Why, if the population is outnumbered by the disease, are the people sick?

Modern culture is not a good school for well-being. As a result, there is an implicit assumption that disease is the way of the world. We talk good games, sprinkled with many holistic and alternative labels, but the truth is, we tend to fall into the same old trap of a different name.

Healing and well-being can be normal.

First, we must distinguish between "take something" or "do something" approaches such as the prescriptive drug approach that is typical of Western thinking on healing and a completely comprehensive approach. Specialized pain clinics only have a 58% success rate (which includes drug therapy), as they are still trying something in hopes of hitting the "one" that works for a specific person. And that's understandable, because you don't want your medical doctor to do things that aren't even medically indicated.

And second, we don't want to go into "blaming the victim" for thinking, as if someone could recover from something or that they "committed the offense." Real life is complex, people take on many challenges, and they are neither right nor wrong to do so. And we all go through phases, for a time, for a long time, for a lifetime in some cases. Let's not set unrealistic and unrealistic goals and expect everyone to meet them.

But we can see that health is more than treating illness. And we can change our mind from accepting that pain is normal and inevitable to recognizing that continuing health is not only possible but also stable. Google "people who are never sick" and you will find (1) many of them exist and (2) many very different theories about how they do it. Many fall into the "Yeah, I know" category - unless we really know it, we'll all enjoy the same effect. We need to move from speculation to reliable and reliable results.

I'm not talking about things like Taoist mysticism for a living here (though at all), by chance, but the source is closer to home culture. Western businessmen, from Charles Haanel to Napoleon Hill, for example, and continue with modern voices like Bob Proctor, adopt a Christian / Greek / Hindu "vibration" approach that includes prosperity and good health. In fact, Proctor turned to this approach as a struggling youth when a mentor asked, "Bob, have you ever seen me sick?" and realized he didn't. We do not have to be a mountain mystic to lead a healthy life.

One of the most challenging health problems is long term pain. It can be overcome, in a holistic and proven way. However, when people do not know, they only accept pain, emotions, stress and challenging situations as part of life. But all they lack is a comprehensive and comprehensive system — all of which can be addressed in a clear, appropriate way to heal.

When we want different things to happen, we need to do different things. Once there is clarity about the nature of the problem, healing can be tailored to a specific person. By embracing a comprehensive, physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual model, energy and clarity can be directed and focused rather than lost. And when that happens, healing can flow effectively.

But the first key to a healthy lifestyle may seem surprising in this context:

Primary One Healing is Medical Assessment and Treatment.

Although pain and its causes are understandable, they can also be associated with acute, total or partial, and can be (and should be) treated medically. That's the place to start. This is the easiest and most direct route. It also gives you a good starting point for what's going on. Treat infections, fix bones, clean arteries, stop bleeding, get X-rays ... this is a good place to start. If you have a heart attack, go to the ER first, not your energy healer. I know some people are anti-doctors. Find the one you like.

Yes, there are many other related factors too - exercise, stress management, environment, diet, and so on. But there is nothing holistic about ignoring the best and fastest path to acute illness: Western medicine.

Then add your own holistic regime.


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