Today’s episode is for you if you’ve been wanting to put a spring back in your step. Your body is always talking to you and telling you what it needs. How you look and feel at the surface is always an indication of how well things are working internally. If you’ve been experiencing any of these 20 signs that your body needs some help from you, this episode is for you.
You crave sugar. A lot.
You don’t just get hungry, you get HANGRY
Constipation, diarrhea, bloating, and gas
You keep reaching for the Tums. Acid reflux, stomach pain, ulcers, bloating.
You eat healthy but don't feel healthy.
You have Itchy skin. Flaky skin. Strange rashes. Outbreaks of acne.
You’re exhausted all the time.
You feel foggy
You’re experiencing regular joint pain and feel sore, stiff, and achy
You're constantly stressed.
the thought of having to give up your current lifestyle makes you want to cry
You are struggling with your weight
You’re getting cold sores and/or colds
Chemical hypersensitivity - you have started to feel like a lightweight while drinking alcohol or smelling perfumes or other fragrances makes you feel nauseated
Hormonal Imbalances - Increased PMS, acne, decreased sex drive, irregular periods
You’ve just started taking a medication regularly or you’ve just finished a round of medication
You just don’t feel well no matter what you do
You’re grumpy, moody, irritable and everything and everyone is annoying you
You just feel like you could use a little spring in your step
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