The Detoxification Process
People usually practice detoxification due to the fact that they want to clear their body from all the harmful microorganisms and toxins. Therefore, yeast, bacteria, parasites, and many other wasteful things are expelled from our body. However, before they get out, they need to pass through many different parts of our body. Thus, quite often, people who decide to submit themselves to detoxification, experience many side-effects, some being more problematic than others.
Side-effects of Detoxification
Some of the most frequent side-effect one might experience from detoxification are headaches, also, fevers and chills are quite common. Additionally, constant tiredness, accompanied by sleep deficiency and problems, thirst and loss of appetite as well as increased urination are all likely to take place. Finally, nausea may strike a person as well, completing this list of most common side-effects of detoxification. Therefore, even though detoxification is a healthy process, providing your body a clean, healthy environment for proper functioning, there are these problems which should be kept in mind and you should be prepared for these before going through detoxification.
Moreover, if you were suffering from any kind of chronic health problems, such as common headaches or sinusitis, all these situations are bound to get worse during this process which is also referred to as “healing crisis”. This period lasts for the first 2 weeks of detoxification. Later on, even though the process of bodily cleansing is not over yet, the symptoms gradually disappear.
How To Endure Healing Crisis
Since your body is fighting against toxins, expelling them out of your system, you can help it by staying persistent and drinking large amounts of water, also make sure you provide your body enough energy by resting often and sleeping sufficiently. People who drink coffee, smoke or have any other addictive habits, should be prepared for withdrawal symptoms which will be amplified by the detoxification process.
So, embrace yourself, be both mentally and physically prepared and enter the detoxification process with resilience, persistence and endurance. Once it is all over, the metamorphosis will be worth the trouble, since you will live and breathe easier, being happy and incredibly healthy.