Hi friends, I hope y’all are doing well and enjoying this journey we call life. Thank you for choosing to share some time with me at this present moment. This post will be kicking off a new blog series that will be highlighting different naturopathic remedies and how helpful they can be in our every day lives. I’m grateful to be able to indulge in this knowledge and to be able to continue to learn every day alongside you all. My goal with this blog series is to further my connection to like minded individuals in order to ignite a positive change that will help save our world around us.
I’ll begin this series with what naturopathy is defined as and how it can be helpful.
Naturopathy is defined as: a system of alternative medicine based on the theory that diseases can be successfully treated or prevented without the use of drugs, by techniques such as control of diet, exercise, and massage. per Oxford Languages
WebMD.com defines naturopathic medicine as: [is] a system that uses natural remedies to help the body heal itself. It embraces many therapies, including herbs, massage, acupuncture, exercise, and nutritional counseling.
I like to employ holistic techniques alongside naturopathic medicines in my personal life. To include but not limit: herbs, teas, yoga, massage, meditation, exercise, diet, personal hygiene, and more. Practices such as these allow your mind, body, and spirit to unite as one in order to be the best version of yourself in an intentional manner. You are the creator of your own life, the first step is to just take charge. After I was able to learn how to incorporate these practices into my daily life, I felt my over all well-being improve exponentially. I’m happy to be able to start sharing some things that have personally helped me in a plethora of different situations through out my life.
Stay on the look out for the next post in this path of naturopathy blog series. Posts should come out weekly for Wellness Wednesday. Thank you for taking the time to read this today.
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