Why do some people get sicker than others?

Keeping healthy while the change of season is approaching, nutritionally and mentally and emotionally:

After about 25 years in prevention of healthy I came to the conclusion that it is the physical and the emotional and mental wellness that keeps us healthy. We might be very healthy nutritionally, however, we might be in a state of stress for work or personal problems, and that can affect our physical immune system as well as the virus and bacteria around us. Some people gets sicker more than others because they are constantly moving around and never stop for a second.

I used to be like that in the past and even now when I catch myself getting so busy that I cannot catch my breath, I can feel a build-up or physical problem that I need to quickly get hold of, before my immune system start crashing down and I get sick.

I have noticed that in myself and through my work that if I am less in my mind, more grounded and less busy doing everything at once, then, I am much healthier and I less prone to get ill.

I have also noticed in my clients that big sadness, or upset, grief, anger and frustration, brings more illness in people.

So, this coming month, if you can, do whatever you need to keep healthy nutritionally and emotionally, so that you can stay healthier.

If emotionally or energetically you are overwhelmed than treat yourself to health by having a Craniosacral therapy or suggest that to your friend and family.

This is also true for children and babies, if they get constantly sick, more than any other child, it is time for them to rebalance what is unbalanced and have a craniosacral therapy session to make them stronger in healthy and emotions.

Of course if you need extra support for your immune system then use the following:

  • Extra vitamin C, for adult up to 2000 mg a day. You can take 250 mg every two hours if you are already sick, till you feel better.
  • Zinc citrate, take daily for a month about 15mg
  • Ginger, lemon and honey hot teas
  • Use ginger in soups, vegetables or chicken soups.
  • Use garlic and onions if you are ok with them in your salads and soups
  • Use colloidal silver spray for the throat and nose if you have a cold already, which is a natural antibiotic
  • Use probiotics to support and protect the intestinal tract
  • Use nasal saline spray for the nose to help with colds (there is one for babies too)

There is plenty of things that you can do, however, again, think of the low frequency emotions, such as anger, frustration, sadness, grief and worry that would as an adult and if you have children, might affect your health as well.


© copywright of Maria Esposito BSc (Hons) Nutritional Therapist – NAET practitioner – R-Craniosacral Therapists

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