Is your body's check engine light on?
My “E” light was glowing today in my car (I hate getting gas!) and I immediately pulled into a gas station to fuel up. It’s funny, we are better at caring for our car that we are at practicing caring for our body. At first that sounds absurd, but think about it, when your car's 'Check Engine Light' goes off you take it immediately to the mechanic for service. In addition to attending to the warning lights, your cars gets an oil change every 5,000 miles, even when the car appears to be running fine, an oil change is given as preventative care. But what about our BODY?!? Our lights go off all the time- fatigue, headache, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, etc... sometimes our check engine lights are blaring and honking, and we do NOTHING at all.
To make matters worse, while you can trade your car in for a new one this is the one and only body you will ever be given, no trade-ins allowed. We should all start paying more attention to our body's warning signals and learn to understand what
the warning signals mean. When talking with my clients the most typical warning lights include; fatigue, irritability, sugar cravings, muscle pain, headaches, etc.
What are your warning lights? Let's decide today that will treat our bodies BETTER than we treat our cars - they deserve that.
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