Toxic overload is just like it sounds – an over-accumulation of toxicity inside of your body.
I know, this is about how I looked when I first started learning about it too.
There is so much on this subject that I could write a book on it. In fact, I think I WILL write a book on it! Stay tuned for my announcement, and if you let me know that you read this here, I’ll throw in an extra gift with your copy!
OK, back to the topic at hand …
Are you suffering from toxic overload?
And if you are, how would you even know it? This is the cliff notes version so try to keep up.
What is it?
Toxic overload is an over-accumulation of toxins in your body. It can affect your physical appearance, organ systems, mental and cognitive function, hormones, emotions, sleep, and overall quality of Life.
Every single day you are exposed to toxins, whether you like it or not. Every breath, every bite, every time you shower, you are exposed to pollutants, substances, and chemicals that can impact your health.
The more these toxins accumulate in your body, the harder your body has to work to flush them out. With time, the toxins will be flushed out less, resulting in more toxicity circulating your blood stream causing generalized inflammation.
What does it look like in my body?
- brain fog, forgetfulness
- feeling “off”
- emotional imbalances
- sleep disturbances
- body odor
- skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, or acne
- hormone imbalances
- water retention
- and more …
How do I reduce my toxic overload?
When toxicity in your body soars, your body becomes less efficient at managing and reducing it. It’s a real catch-22.
Your body is Divinely designed to rid itself of toxicity without your help. That looks like diarrhea, sneezing or coughing fits, excessive urination, sore throat, heartburn, nasal congestion or runny nose, and vomiting.
Even if you never left your home, you still wouldn’t be able to control the amount of toxins that entered your body. They’re everywhere, even in the dust and air we breathe.
But, the good news is that you can control what you put onto and into your body to help control your personal toxicity and avoid overload.
There are plenty of companies out there that claim to be “clean”, but if you look them up on Environmental Working Group you will find that they are not as good for you as they’d like you to believe. It is prudent that you do your homework. But let’s face it, the internet is filled with so much information that it can be quite overwhelming to know where to start.
In my work with you on your personalized Clean Living Transition, I help you assess your level of toxic overload, figure out the best place to begin your Clean Living Transition, and decide on the first item(s) you will begin to transition with.
It is not a long process if you do the work. If you are ready to learn more, schedule a consultation call with me here.