Disease V Dis Ease

Dis Ease in our body can come from many different sources:

~prolonged exposure to high levels of stress

~eating and drinking the wrong food / drinks

~ physical external trauma

~addiction

~being around negative people / situations

And many more

now this dis ease can manifestate in many forms, with quick initial symptoms being, but not exclusively:

– shaking

– palpitations

– blood pressure irregularities

– skin issues

– interruption in sleep pattern

– low mood

– loss of appetite

– increases in appetite

– mood swings

And most startling of all, if the this exposure is prolonged the result is simply

Disease within the body

We are allowing our bodies to be placed almost in a perfect environment for that negativity, heightened emotion and pressure to breed.

Please don’t think we’re saying this is always the case, because it isn’t. However if you place your body under prolonged severe pressure it WILL crumble, taking your physical, mental, emotional and psychological health with it.

Remember it’s not just about going to a gym and working out – that’s great, but it’s not going to look after your whole person.

Please visit a Wellbeing Therapist regularly and seek treatments that will support and sustain your whole being.

Plus it’s a great opportunity for a sleep

2 thoughts on “Disease V Dis Ease

  1. Author_Joanne_Reed says:

    I love it when compound words are broken apart like this, e.g. dis-ease, break-fast, response-able (responsible). No matter how many times I’ve said or written them down, I am still often surprised by their meaning and clarity seperately.

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