Vaccinated or Not……How To Boost Your Immune System.
Your immune system is the reason why you repair after a workout, the reason you heal after an infection, and the reason your body performs daily physiological tasks to run your body. It is also one part of many organ systems that run your body. Each organ system in your body works in symphony to optimally perform in conjunction with other systems to get you through your day. It fulfills all your needs in real time. Every moment that your organs perform optimally you are given an opportunity to be elective what you demand of it (recovery, exercise, pushing through a long day etc). Oppositely if you fail to give adequate attention to the body/health it works subnormally and you will be increasingly susceptible to dysfunction and diseases of of all kinds. Typically, diseases take decades to bankrupt your health. Health doesn’t happen overnight either, it takes consistent effort. Health is about maximizing your quality of life instead of minimally living a life without symptoms.
With that being said, the elephant right now is vaccine status. No matter if you’re vaccinated or not, not a single government health agency, leading body of authority, etc has spoke on what you need to do to be healthy during this pandemic. They had/have the attention of the public since day one and they have absolutely blew it. There are many basic things they could have educated you on but they didn’t. This absolutely shows a bias towards artificial health and shows a pademic of the lack of knowledge of "how to be healthy". Health is different for everyone because of many reasons, one foundation is everyone is human. The human needs basic needs for health to exist. No matter your health care decision (Vax/Non-vax) you have to do a few basic things to be “healthy”. The human body’s basic physiological needs are supported through diet, supplementation, movement, and removing as many toxins from your life as possible. Below are the top 15 items I personally do and also educate tell my patients to start or continue to improve their journey to a healthier life.
If you’re in Birmingham, we educate and teach on all of these suggestions above at Archetype, all you have to do is book a new patient appointment and we will begin your health assessment. We then build you a path “care plan” to normal life. After we get you back to a “normal” state we evaluate you again then determine how and what we need to do to make you stronger and more resilient to the stressors of life. This is exactly why built our physical training programs. Our movement team teaches you how to be strong and how to maximize your energy systems. There are many studies that show if you have toned functional muscle and you increase your heart rate consistently you are more resilient to disease. The goal is functionality through your whole life. Being healthy is an educational process and guidance helps the fluidity of this process.
This is why We built Archetype.
We have built an amazing system that encompasses all aspects of your health and have streamlined everything. All you have to do is show up.
I hope this content helps wether you are in Birmingham or somewhere else in the world.
Dr John Palmer.
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Vaccinated or Not: This post is basic health recommendations that you need to be healthier and improve your quality of life.
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