Do you have stress? Do you have children or a job or school? Did you win the lottery? Even positive experiences that are out of the ordinary are stressful to the body. Your brain makes chemicals that change your body. We can take some stress now and then without trouble. When the stress never ends, like living with someone who is angry or complains all the time, the body does not get a break. Even when it seems normal after time, it is still destructive to your cells and will take its toll. Try beginning your day with something very happy. Listen to someone who is encouraging or music that is upbeat. When your day is finished, be sure to plan the going to bed ritual to be comforting, happy and relaxing. In your mind put the negativity out of your house. Think about what you will like to dream about as you slip off to sleep.
For the last few weeks I have been reading articles about bra wearing. It seems there is new thought about going bra-less and how the breast might fare better. There are a few problems with them that are real. Formaldehyde in the fabric and underwires that press and keep lymph flow from moving to start. Perhaps the breast tissue would be best cared for by one of those 50s bullet bras. To be sure, the bra must fit perfectly to both feel and look good.
Do you know? Medications we take end up in the water supply. When we feel sick or have pain, we try to find a way to feel better. This is natural. Sometimes what we try is not always natural. Heart medication ends up in the water the entire neighborhood drinks and showers in. Birth control pills contribute to hormones in the water that are not removed by the water treatment. Our bodies are not able to take in these drugs without harm. Do you ever wonder why people are getting diseases even when they live as well as they can? Is this one reason that the sperm count is half what it was 50 years ago? Could this contribute to the misbehavior of our cells we call cancer? The water has more than a homeopathic dose of many many medications. Homeopathy is effective. What drugs are you drinking?
Here with the dogs waiting to go upstairs to sleep. Tomorrow I will teach Anatomy and Physiology classes. After that I look forward to discussing the implications of taking medications that go beyond what happens in your body. Sweet sleep to anyone who will read this in the future. Good success and God bless!