Survival Healthcare: 5 Things You Can Do Now to Promote Medical Self-Care

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8 Things You Can Do Now to Promote Medical Self-Care

 

Enjoy your next adventure through common sense and thoughtful preparation!
Gaye

 

 



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Survival Healthcare: 5 Things You Can Do Now to Promote Medical Self-Care — 6 Comments

  1. Very good advice, Gaye.
    Prevention, prevention, prevention.
    If you catch problems early, so much cheaper and easier to solve.
    Of course, the investment is in time.
    Time to educate yourself about home remedies, herbal remedies, homeopathic remedies.
    Time to research and find the best preventative professionals: acupuncture, massage, chiropractic, naturopathic, physical therapy, exercise coach.
    I was homeless for a while, a mini experience in survival.
    The one part of me that I found needed constant vigilance was the care of my feet.
    Fresh socks, nail trims, catching any sores or athletes foot right away.
    I found a company on-line that puts out a line of Golden Seal herbal products with several for the feet.
    A lifesaver.
    Thanks, Gaye, very thoughtful information.

  2. Thanks for this great resource. Best line of the post from my point of view: “Individuals need to take more responsibility themselves through knowledge and through healthy lifestyle choices”

      • You and I must have been in school together. I was taught;
        lose is to “let go” or free
        loose is to misplace something

        been confused about the today spelling of a lot of words!

  3. One thing we can all start right now to take charge of our health and take with us into the future is the Water Cures Protocol. It is using unprocessed sea salt, dissolved in the mouth, then drinking a glass of water. The salt helps the water get to all parts of our body.

    There are a number of benefits. Aside from it being almost free (unprocessed sea salt is the most expensive part at several bucks a bag), it is simple and easy to do. Arthritis pain, sleep problems, stress management, stopping chest pain (when nitro is not available) stopping cramps, pain management and the list goes on. There are over 70 different ways it will help.

    Then, if there is a shortage of water, the salt will help you make what you have last longer. http://www.watercures.org/water-survival.html

    More on Water Cures…http://www.watercures.org/