Detoxification is a natural process of healing. It is a positive sign that your body is working better.
Our Bodies are designed to do everything necessary to keep us healthy. Our Immune systems are designed to fight off bacteria, virtues and toxins which are everywhere. Chemicals are in the water and air. Agricultural pesticides are in our food. Toxic lifestyles, including poor eating habits and exercise habits as well as unhealthy relationships, can all tax our immune systems and negatively impact our emotional and physical well-being.
By helping to correct the information that structures the body’s energy fields, NES Infoceuticals help restore the body’s own innate healing responses, which in turn help it more effectively eliminate toxins.
Detoxification is a healthy response made by a healthy body. Detox symptoms are often referred to as “healing reactions.” Symptoms vary from person to person. They may include:
- Mild to moderate flu-like symptoms
- Muscle and joint aches
- Changes in bowel habits
- Changes in urine colour or odour
- Slight nausea
- Slight dizziness
- Feelings of fatigue
- Intermittent headache
- Changes in sleep patterns
- Skin breakouts and rashes
Detox symptoms generally are mild and last only a few days. Some strategies to manage the detox symptoms include getting adequate rest, drinking plenty of water, taking saunas or steam baths, meditation and keeping a positive mental attitude.
Do NES Infoceuticals cause Detox?
No. NES Infoceuticals are not pharmacological, homeopathic, or herbal; therefore they don’t have side effects. Infoceuticals are pure information, working energetically at the body’s sub-cellular level. They help restore the body to its proper function, allowing it to effectively do what it’s designed to do …. eliminate stored toxins. Detoxification is a result of how much more effectively our body-fields and bodies are functioning.
Disclaimer: Information contained in this site is not intended to replace medical advice and any questions regarding a medical diagnosis or treatment should be directed to a medical practitioner.