Reclaim Your Health – It Is Time To Detox

By | December 12, 2018

A detox is necessary when you start to see your fitness fade away and your energy levels dip consistently. It could be a mental detox where you need to get rid of lingering stress and bad emotions. It could be a physical detox, where you give your body a chance to rejuvenate by changing habits and introducing new ones. Today, we will talk about the latter detox – the physical one.

I was very afraid of detox when I heard that detox just includes fruits, vegetables, soups and no grains. We are so dependent on cereals that we can’t even see ur single day going without cereals. So with lot of courage and confidence I did start my detox. First day was very bad, had too much of headache and irritation. Somehow the day passed. I was very much nervous for the second day,so with god’s name I decided to keep the detox go on. And by afternoon I realised that i was pretty much normal. Heachache was gone on its own and /i started feeling lighter and happy.

So I am sure that you would also like to experience that pleasure. So let me tell you how can you go about detox and how it will benefit you.

Advantages Of Detox Supplements

Our lifestyles are stressful and modern epicurean habits though more diverse, also include a lot of unhealthy food. Then there is the daily grind, the stressful environments we work in and the other multitude of things that add to the stress of managing each day. Your body eventually starts showing the negative signs.

Sleep becomes fleeting, unexplained tiredness sets in, and your digestive functioning goes for a toss and comes with its own repercussions. Sometimes you need a comprehensive and dedicated fix to detox. If you are considering detox supplements then catch up on the details. It is important to know the ingredients and the positives of the different formulas available before you make your final decision.

Things You Can Do Everyday

At the same time, there are certain habits you can incorporate into your daily life that will keep those toxin levels in your body low.

Organic Has Advantages

Start off by considering organic food seriously. Regular mass-produced food is treated with chemicals and pesticides – this is a necessary part of keeping the inventory sustained over long periods of time. However, these chemicals get absorbed into your body and add to the deadly cocktails brewing in your organs.

Organically-sourced meat is gaining favors with the health-conscious community. The animals that are fed with organic feed will contain less harmful chemicals and we are what we eat.

Keep It Moderate

Then there is alcohol. We all like a drink or two to get those spirits high and with the Holiday season around the corner, it is going to go up one notch. But alcohol does bad things to your body – anybody who has experienced a hangover will know that.

In fact, a hangover is an example of an intense short-term toxication of your body. The horrible discomfort you feel is your body reeling under the different chemicals that are going berserk and you can feel it in your head, your guts and everywhere else. That is because you have been unkind to your liver and your liver is the main organ that fights toxins!

Now imagine what continuous and high consumption of alcohol does your body in the long run. Your body wins at the end of a hangover but many toxic agents stay on and accumulate, affecting your lifestyle and health and even leading to serious conditions. So, to cut it short, less alcohol equals fewer toxins in your body.

Sweat It Out

Do you know the most direct way to expel those toxins from your body? – A good session of exercise. When you hit the treadmill or cycle for a good half-hour a day (or more), you will not only be burning calories but also sweating out the extra salts and foreign compounds in your body. Exercise routines like HIIT and Crossfit are a great option if you really want to raise your fitness levels and mobilize your body’s detox mechanism.

Have A Lot Of Water

Water is the best ingredient to flush off all toxic from your body at any given time. You will see that days when your water consumption is low or less than it should be, you will feel lethargic, lazy and irritated. This very important point is rather easy to illustrate. You flush your toxins out of the body through your feces, your urine, and your sweat. Water helps this happen – it facilitates movement of agents in and out of your body. Healthy liquids keep your body well-drained and help the natural detox process move along fine.

Pause from Stress

We cannot complete this list without a word on how your mental state can alter your physical state. Stress causes hormonal imbalances which then manifest in different ways – loss of appetite, high blood pressure, low energy and more.

Sometimes just taking a break from things that have consumed your routine can trigger the body into responding positively. A book by the side of a fire or a hike to the wintry outdoors can have the same impact that stress medication would minus the side effects. And yes, keeping your body stress free allows it to function well in all departments – including the natural detoxification process.

After a detox, you will feel a lot better. People report less sinus congestion, better skin, improved sleep, and healthier liver functioning amongst many other positive experiences. Give your body a chance to perform in its prime. Check the signs and determine whether you (and those around you) are up for a detox.

So whenever you think you have been really n a very high calorie diet for few days of weeks, choose to go detox for few days around 1 week or so. Once you cleanse all your body organs then again start your healthy eating habits and regime.

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Neha Kava is a National Certified Registered Dietitian in India. She likes to share her knowledge about daily health, nutritition and diet tips. You can contact her on

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