The most important thing to remember is, YOU are the one in control. And you are the only one who truly knows your body. By becoming well informed and taking intentional action on improving your current health behaviours, you can start developing the momentum to improve conditions and improve your overall well being. The other thing is, not to worry about tackling everything at once: diet, exercise, sleep, gut health, hormones, toxins, brain health, just to name a few...when we feel overwhelmed, we end up paralysed, unable to move forward! It’s only natural. So, when you want to tackle any personal health issue or simply improve your well-being, it’s okay to think big-picture, but take things slowly, step-by-step, day-by-day. That way, you’re giving yourself the best chance of creating lasting success.
Optimal health has a cumulative effect—by eating better, moving your body, seeking out the type of healthcare practitioner(s) who resonate with your lifestyle and health goals, all working together to help your state of well-being. As you understand now, health and feeling well is the result of the sum total of your daily habits, and this reaches further than just the physical—everything from the foods you eat, the thoughts you think, what you choose to expose yourself to, the amount of rest and rejuvenation you choose to give to yourself—they all reflect the relationship you choose to have with yourself.