Do you feel good?
Do you feel good?
This is the question we often ask ourselves to determine whether we’re healthy or not.
Sometimes we look in the mirror and wonder, “Do I look good?”
If that question is followed with a “Yes”, then we most likely conclude that our health is also good.
Why would we think that?
Because, years of reading magazines, watching commercials, listening to our friends have conditioned us to think this way.
But does that make it true?
Far from it.
In fact, our health should never be based on how we feel or how we look.
The health in our body is dependent on thousands, if not millions of variables, and how we look or feel is just one very small piece of the pie.
Currently, heart disease is the number one killer of all Americans.
If you did some research to find out what the number one sign that lets you know a heart attack is imminent, what do you think you would discover?
The answer will probably shock you.
The truth is, when you suffer a heart attack, you much more likely to collapse and die without any prior warning. That means no crushing in the chest, no numbness and tingling down the arm, etc.
The most common sign of a heart attack is death.
So, there you go. We feel great, but what does that mean? We may be out mowing the lawn tomorrow and collapse/die due to heart disease.
This is because we don’t feel the plaque building up in our arteries. That happens deep in our bodies, unbeknownst to us.
The only way to truly know if you’re healthy is to observe the function of your body.
Your nervous system is where to start since it runs every other system in the body. If there’s a problem with it, the body will definitely have problems elsewhere.
Moral of the story, get your nervous system checked, it can save you years of looking for a problem, and save you years of your life.
Stay healthy friends.