I just know it

People come to me all the time and tell me:

“Doc, I just came from my doctor’s office, and they said ‘Everything’s Fine’, but something still is not right…I just know it!”

This is when you have to take a step back, look at the WHOLE picture and go from there.

You see, our bodies are VERY SMART.  We know how many heart beats we should be having in an hour.  We know how many breaths we should be taking in a minute.  We know what “juices” to produce to make our food digest, and we know how much oxygen our brain needs to function properly.

In fact, we’ve been living with our bodies for longer than ANYONE else.  (Although for the first 9 months of our lives, our mothers have been with us LONGER than we have…but I digress)

So, when a patient comes to me and all the “tests” say NORMAL…but the person say’s “It’s not right”…maybe we should be listening to the body.

Even with all of modern science, we fail to recognized many chronic diseases until the symptoms become so obvious that we wonder why we didn’t figure it out sooner.  So if you’ve been suffering with issues and you’ve taken the time to go to the doctor…then something is just not “right”.

When we work with our clients both inside and outside of our offices, we want to make sure that there is a complete history of the person’s condition.  Many factors that can cause LONG TERM health issues, may have begun YEARS before we ever notices the first symptom.  And on the other side of the spectrum, for some people, the first “symptom” they have is death…THIS IS A HORRIBLE WAY to uncover a long standing health issue.

So, good for you, for taking the first step to trying to understand why you just don’t feet right.  And if there are things that make you think something may be awry – then keep pushing to understand what may be going on.

If we listen to our body’s and pay attention to what it’s trying to tell us – then we may just live a little healthier and a little happier – I JUST KNOW IT!

 

 

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