This is not a critique of well-intentioned writers. It is definitely an observation on sharing some 'final words' on workable and genuine wellness practices.
If you seek wellness answers, ask a true wellness person. I don't hold myself out to be a scientist though I read a lot of science and do plenty of experiments. Most of the studies and wellness articles are developed by people who are not 'natural wellness' people. Most people are too busy, have too many responsibilities, are too sedentary, and spend too much time indoors to be considered natural wellness people. Generally, I see people looking through a lens that is fogged by the modern era of fixing problems, not thriving with a natural or intuitive pattern euphoria (from the Greek 'euphoros'--to be well).
Those are big statements but stand by them I do. Natural wellness takes time and takes some uncontaminated nature. Natural means diurnal living and plenty of downtime, not to mention a myriad of other things including intermittent fasting. One of the ways I write is standing at a high desk. Every hour, I take a stretch or exercise break. This happens throughout the day and helps to provide what native people enjoyed, including, overall wellness, energy (including brain energy), blood flow, biomechanical invigoration, and lymph fluid movement.
Aloha from my laptop, from where I am connected to my grounding pad.
See SedentaryNation.com for more.
- 2/9/2016 12:42:58 PM