Posted on: 12.05.2023 Posted by: Drlark Comments: 0

Let’s face it…when you are stressed, angry, sad, or nervous, it’s written all over your face. (Not detoxify your emotionsexactly the best natural skin care.) And, over time, these emotions take a toll on your appearance, not to mention your health. That’s why you owe it to yourself to address the problems in your life that are causing you to age prematurely.

It is perfectly normal for feelings of grief, sadness, or resentment to surface during your detox. Acknowledge any feelings that arise, be grateful that they’ve come to the surface, and let them go.

Try these tips to create the calm, peaceful, and positive emotions that are so necessary for healthy liver function and detoxification. Over the years, I’ve found these tips to be very helpful in neutralizing my own toxic emotions, as well as those of various family members and friends.

  • Limit your exposure to toxic emotions in the environment. Several years ago, I made the decision to significantly limit my consumption of the news. The media—whether it’s television, radio, or newspaper—specializes in presenting the news with violent, fearful, and scary images and stories that contain very little that is inspiring and uplifting.
  • Limit your exposure to toxic people. We all have them in our lives. Those family members, friends, or co-workers who constantly complain, gossip, and point out the worst in people, places, things.  Too much of this toxic input can literally overwhelm your body’s ability to process and detoxify all the negativity, and can, in turn, significantly undermine your health, energy, and well-being.
  • Spend more time appreciating yourself. Women are notoriously hard on themselves. We are constantly criticizing ourselves for not being good enough, smart enough, beautiful enough, or thin enough. My women friends are always jokingly offering to give each other transplants of their most disliked body parts—usually the breasts, behinds, and stomachs—when they feel too large. Send positive messages to your body that reinforce your sense of self worth and self love.

For more information on detoxification, visit Dr. Lark’s Web site.


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