Body Listening with Experiments
- Last Updated: Thursday, 02 January 2014 14:13
- Published: Thursday, 02 January 2014 14:03
- Written by Wilma Zalabak
Experimenting with exercise, food, and water may lessen the power of some health problems. When you feel better, pay attention to what you recently changed in your lifestyle. That's listening to your body.
In order to target your experiments toward improvement in a specific area, try something different, notice which muscles activate with which experiment, and stay aware of changes that might happen in distant parts of the body also. Listening to your body is an exercise in understanding cause and effect. Even the tiniest or most incremental experiment has its effect; look for it.
In the presence of these warnings, especially when chronic or recurring, you could look for some exercise, food, or water change that will help. Your body may be calling for it.
- Poor posture
- Colds and flu
- Joint pain
- Weight gain
- Stomach pain
Through targeted experiments, some have made changes for the better in these areas. Wherever there are muscles, it would be possible build them and improve their efficiency.
- Hair thickness and quality
- Facial tone and glow
- Sinus clearing
- Vocal quality
- Tooth and gum health
- Colon action
- Energy and endurance
- Body weight and shape
- Joint function
- Immune function
Disclaimer: The health suggestions on this website are presented as experiments only. Neither Wilma Zalabak, Grace Chapel Fellowship, nor The Atlanta Listenary, Inc. participates in any diagnosis or prescription, or the "practice of medicine" in any way. The reader of these experiments carries full responsibility for the use he or she chooses to make of them and for any health or medical results thereby achieved.