The healing crisis

IT is not uncommon for an individual to start off with one supplement in order to find out if it is beneficial. It is for this reason that sometimes individuals complain that they “suffer” more after taking the supplement. 

They develop symptoms not seen before and attribute these to the supplements. They are basically right since they neglect to account for the fact that an improved function in one part of the body will definitely strain the resources of another, especially if that part had not been functioning at optimal level in the first place. The supplement should be continued and the symptoms be taken as a sign that there are insufficiencies in other parts of the body. The other problems should then be addressed, with the help of a qualified health professional, so as to overcome the process known as a “healing crisis”. 

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