The Wellness Place uses a combination of Eastern medicine and Western science to help you live a healthy, vibrant life. If you’re not sure about starting your health journey, here are eight benefits you can look forward to.
1. Heal Your Entire Body
In Western medicine, doctors target symptoms based on the philosophy of the Cartesian paradigm. The approach maintains that the body is a machine composed of separate parts. Doctors treat isolated parts instead of considering how these parts are connected. This is why there are specialists such as cardiologists, gastroenterologists and neurologists, etc.
The Wellness Place has a different perspective which is a combination of Eastern medicine and modern science. The body is an interconnected unit. If one part doesn’t function properly, if affects the other parts. Each system is related and co-dependent on one another. This approach is more consistent with how other ecological and biological systems work.
2. True Health is Optimal Health
This specific approach to health isn’t designed to target a particular disease or ailment. Instead, the method activates your body’s natural self-healing ability. The human body is capable of healing, regeneration and detoxification all on its own. The key is to to tap into the inherent power of your body.
By focusing on what your body can do, The Wellness Place can reverse conditions ranging from mild seasonal allergies to serious chemotherapy side effects.
If you have back pain, this method will not only provide relief, but will make you feel stronger. You’ll feel more supported by your structure instead of limited by it.
If you suffer from frequent headaches, this approach won’t just prevent headaches. It will help you feel more energetic, focused and resilient in times of stress.
True health isn’t a lack of ailments. True health is vibrant, active energetic living.
3. Focus on the Cause, Not the Symptom
Symptoms don’t just pop up out of nowhere. If you have an ailment, it’s because there is a system in your body that is not functioning properly. Keep in mind that symptoms can take years to display. You may have had a system malfunction at a young age and are just now noticing the side effects.
This is why treating symptoms isn’t always effective. For instance, if you have heartburn, reducing acid intake won’t necessarily fix the underlying issue of digestive system imbalance.
Furthermore, since your parts are interconnected, you might have a a different system that’s malfunctioning and it’s interfering with your digestive system. That’s why healing the body as whole, heals everything.
4. Absence of Symptoms is not Optimal Health
Western medicine does not necessarily always cure disease. It mostly only suppresses symptoms.
Let’s say you have a heart condition. Your doctor may prescribe blood pressure medication. While it suppresses the symptom of high blood pressure, it doesn’t reverse your underlying heart malfunction, so you’ll have to take it for the rest of your life. If the problem were actually solved, your heart would work properly on its own, without medicine. Drugs interfere with your body’s natural systems; instead of repairing them.
Optimal health means that your body can function properly on its own, without drug interference. True health means your heart can pump blood throughout your body efficiently for the rest of your life.
5. Side Effects are not Optimal Health
While medication can correct some symptom imbalances, it can create malfunctions in other systems. This begins a cycle of treating the other symptoms and the drugs start to pile up. Before you know it, you’ve got more prescriptions than you can count.
Optimal health means giving your body the power to heal on its own. If you were on crutches, you wouldn’t consider yourself healed would you? The crutches are simply a way to deal with the underlying injury. Drugs are crutches; they aren’t solutions.
The Wellness Place has the potential to create optimal health. By activating the body’s self-healing mechanisms, you’ll be able to walk, crutch-free!
6. Long-term Health is Optimal Health
When you experience optimal health, you are less likely to get sick. When you do get sick, you’ll recover faster. Optimal health is essentially long-term healthcare.
Western medicine focuses on disease management or making sure disease isn’t present. This a reactive approach to healthcare. However, The Wellness Place focuses on maintaining optimal health. This is a proactive approach to livelihood and vitality.
To put it in perspective, there is no definition for the word “health” in Western medical textbooks! Western doctors don’t learn the concept of “optimal health.” They only learn how to react when a problem appears.
Doctors focus on reacting to disease. The Wellness Place focuses on promoting health. How do you approach your lifelong health?
7. Improve Your Quality of Life
Western medicine considers it an achievement if you live a long life, even if your last years are spent bed-ridden and pill-popping. As long as your symptoms are suppressed, doctors consider you stable.
However, The Wellness Place considers vitality a success. You should be physically active and fully mobile even in old age. Optimal health means going rock-climbing with your grandchildren or dancing with your friends even in your 90’s!
With proper care, your body can stay strong every day, no matter how old you are. Don’t let age dictate your quality of life.
8. Your Body Doesn’t Make Mistakes
The Wellness Place focuses on the basic physiological principles of optimal health. This approach is non-invasive and the side effects are temporary. Since the focus is on how your body heals itself, there’s little room for error.
However, a 2000 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association reported that medical care is the 3rd leading cause of death in America! The study found that each year, errors in the health care system are responsible for:
- 116 million extra physician visits
- 77 million extra prescriptions
- 17 million emergency department visits
- 8 million hospitalizations
- 3 million long-term admissions
- 199,000 additional deaths
- $77 billion in extra costs
Would you rather invest in the health care system or in your body’s natural abilities?
If you still have doubts, learn how expert experience can help you live a happier, healthier life!