Is the Absence of Illness the Picture of Health

I think we can all agree that when you stop to think about the question the answer is no.  A person can be without a stomach bug or cold but still be out of shape, exhausted and in a general funk.  When we aren’t actively sick with a contagious illness that doesn’t mean our bodies are performing at their best and that we feel great.  The fact is, that many of us forget what being healthy even feels like.  We get so used to our symptoms that they become normal and as they pile up one by one we learn to cope instead of focusing our efforts on healing.

Why do we only seek treatment when we are sick?  Many people live in a perpetual state of not feeling good and thinking it is normal for them.  It is not normal and there is something we can do about it.

Imagine what it would be like to wake up every morning feeling your best.  What could you accomplish? How could you serve yourself and others in order to make life better?  What could you enjoy that you are currently missing out on? And who could you inspire to take the journey back to health?

Simple things like living a more active lifestyle and making better decisions with your diet are your primary actions towards healthy living.  If you are confused about all the different dietary recommendations, stop by and let’s have a conversation about foods that work for you.  Making these daily habits will keep illness at bay and help you to feel your best year round.  And when you need an extra push, natural therapies like acupuncture can keep your body in a healthier state of balance and can even help you maintain your will power towards healthier living.  Acupuncture can also help you through seasonal changes which can be difficult on our bodies and throw us out of balance and it can help prevent infectious illnesses that others are passing around.

Introduce yourself to a happier, healthier way of life.  Call today to learn more about how acupuncture can serve you and don’t forget to ask about River Point’s package deals!                   (715) 716-5909