Waiting for health
These days, nothing is waited for. Your food arrives before your saliva. Your bills arrive before your earnings. Your bus arrives before you can find your change. We live in a post-instantaneous gratification world, in which the slow are derogated, chastised and booted out to make way for higher speed cars, more complex technology and a faster pace of living. The old, the unhealthy, the aging and the slowing are shoved to one side. But we shouldn’t fall into this trap when waiting for the effects of our nutritional supplements and vitamins. They take time.
Time to recharge and reload your body
Nutritional supplements need time to latch on to your body’s mechanisms. They haven’t taken a ride around you yet, and you expect them to deliver. Give them two weeks, carefully noting any changes in your health condition as you go along. Your vitamins and nutritional supplements are provided to you in relatively small doses, to be taken regularly. You can’t rush herbal medicine for instant results. Don’t expect them to mimic standard pharmaceutical drugs for speed or technological accuracy.
Two months down the line
Most nutritional supplements and vitamins are offered in packages that can take around two or three months to work your way through. Don’t get frustrated with this. It will take this amount of time to absorb their goodness and create a health impact on your organs. At the same time, your new health routine will involve eating well, smoking and drinking less, and being generally more actively conscious of your health and in tune with your body. Nutritional supplements are just one element of a complete detox session. Good habits and attention to your body are the fundamental things. Slow yourself down to your body’s rate, and slowly reach for the benefits.