There are many ways to remove unhealthy substances from your body and enable yourself, your family, and your children to live with more health and joy. Dr. Hull’s Detox Program is one of them.
- How do you figure out what toxins you have?
- Are the tests painful?
- How/where does one “get” toxins in the first place?
- What is affected?
- What are some symptoms?
- Is detoxing difficult? What should I expect?
- What is detoxing?
- How long does it take?
- What do you feel like after you detox?
- What do you have to do to detox?
1. You can tell from symptoms what toxins you have, and you can also tell from a variety of tests, most of which are totally painless and non-invasive. A blood test is the least pleasant. The easiest is muscle testing, but it requires some training. One of the most accurate and completely pain-free is hair testing which involves you cutting off a couple pieces of hair and sending them to a lab.
2. Essentially, there is no pain involved, and if you choose hair testing, you can do everything from home.
3. Most of us are exposed to toxins every day, in the air we breathe, the food we eat, personal care products, the water we wash ourselves with…. simple, almost unavoidable exposures. Some people’s work exposes them to toxins:
- waitresses and waiters
- factory workers
- office workers
- housekeepers and janitors
- construction laborers
- paving laborers
Some common sources of toxins:
- household cleaners
- diesel fumes from buses, cars, trains, trucks
- dry cleaned clothes
- prescription medications
- paneling for homes and offices
- air conditioners and heating/ventilation systems
- personal/body care items such as toothpaste, soap, shampoo
What are some common toxins? Toxins can be living organisms, hormones, and chemicals.
- candida (a form of yeast)
- food colorings
- by-products from drugs and pharmaceuticals
4. Our total body is affected, which impacts
- bone density and strength
- energy levels
- offspring – children born to those with toxins in their system and/or who exposed to toxins as fetuses suffer with ADD/ADHD and asthma, their DNA is changed and they are more prone to birth defects and cancer.
5. Some of the symptoms of toxification are:
- unhealthy sleep patterns
- muscle aches and cramps
- clouded, blotchy skin
- mood swings
- excessive anger
- irregular bowels (constipation, diarrhea, light-colored stool)
- hair loss
- ADD/ADHD and other problems with concentration
- bed wetting/incontinence
6. Detoxing is fundamentally easy, but the first time you do it, it can take about a month and a half. Since your body has tucked away some nasty stuff in its nooks and crannies in an attempt to protect you, you may experience some yuckiness as your body gets the toxins out. After your first detox, you’ll want to keep up some healthy habits, or at least do some form of detox several times each year. Some people detox with the change of seasons.
7. Detoxing is removing toxins of all sorts from your body.
8. It takes anywhere from a day to several months to detox. It just depends on your body, what you’ve been exposed to, and the
9. You feel great after detoxing–lighter, happier, a great sense of wellbeing and connectedness. Choices will be clearer and easier to make. If you have been uncomfortably overweight, the pounds will already have started slipping off, and you’ll have none of the crazy cravings that drove you to eat too much chocolate, pizza, chips, soda, icecream….. well, you know your own cravings!
10. What do you have to do to detox? One quick way is to go straight to Dr. Hull’s Online Detox Program, but there are many ways of detoxing. The primary process is assisting the body’s natural toxin elimination system.
If you have questions or would like help in detoxing, call Peacock & Paisley at 207-432-7263.