I was inspired to share something I learned recently at the Homestead Farms CSA talk here at Restorative Health. Luke was remembering what happened some years ago after they had just purchased land that was previously a commercial soybean field. Since they are certified organic farmers they did not continue to use pesticides. As Luke put it, the earth went on a wild ride as it began to find its balance again. There were bizarre infestations of insects and other signs of imbalance that were unexpected. In my mind this is a perfect analogy for what happens to our bodies when we are out of balance or detoxifying from drugs or medicines or foods or anything that throws us out of balance. Over time as the soil was nourished and offending substances were avoided, the earth found its natural healthy state. This is exactly how our bodies work. We have an innate ability to heal and right ourselves if given a chance. This story also reminded me of the simple fact that we are connected to this earth. What affects the earth, affects us.
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Sleep during the pandemic is a topic that seems to be coming up a lot. While some people are sleeping better since COVID-19 started, many more are struggling with insomnia symptoms.
Ok, so the world has changed. A lot. We all have higher anxiety, more sleepless nights and many of us are googling things that hardly put our mind at ease. We have been staying at home for a while now and we don’t know when it’s going to end.
Anxiety and stress about the coronavirus are already taking a toll on our mental health. Feelings of isolation, worry about finances and fears about the state of the world are at all all-time high.
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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, please be aware that we are in a state of emergency. The United States surgeon general, along with the D.C.