There are many things in today’s environment that can cause us tension and anxiety. Every 5 minutes, it seems, the news finds something new that will be the worst thing ever. Finding strategies to de-stress, such as turning off the news and social media, has a lot to recommend it. But what if you experience stress or worry for no apparent reason? Why do I feel uneasy or extra worried when I look at my life and think everything is relatively nice on paper?
Maybe you just finished a cleanse, or maybe it’s simply a typical day and you’re feeling unusually tired and blah. It’s conceivable that you’re putting extra strain on your kidneys. The kidneys are a primary detox organ that is frequently overburdened. This causes weariness, restlessness, anxiety, tension, low back pain, and a general sense of unease. In Eastern medicine, the kidneys are considered to as the source of a man’s or woman’s energy.
So, if you start to feel off or worried for no apparent cause, a kidney castor pack or extra nutrients, especially water, for the kidney can frequently be very beneficial. This is especially beneficial for children. When my kids start acting like young kids, a castor pack is typically the route for them to behave properly again. I’ve attached a link to the castor pack. In terms of diet, we have a new Superior kidney support on www.CWellStore.com that will assist balance the kidney and lessen the frequency with which castor packs are required.
The Chalmers Wellness Stubstack just launched. Comment, Like, and Interact with other people on their wellness journey. Communities can make a difference. DrChalmers.substack.com
Dr. Matt Chalmers
Disclaimer: This content is for informational purposes only. Before taking any action based on this information you should first consult with your physician or health care provider. This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers with any questions regarding a medical condition, your health, or wellness.