Sweat Out the Toxins - SKIN

By Denise Temple

Week 6 of series:

The skin has so many functions. Some of these functions are to regulate body temperature, keep the body warm, protect it from environment and elements of nature like cold, heat and rain. But at the same time, the skin has excretory functions. Excretory functions are important for the body to utilize when there are certain types of toxicity that needs to be removed from the body.

Nowadays, a lot of people spend a major part of their life without exercise routines. People often choose to live a sedentary lifestyle instead of an active one. Sedentary lifestyle causes people to be indoors all day, sit on their couches, watch TV and do work on the internet. This also means that they are not moving significant parts of their muscles on a regular basis.

Sweating Out Toxins

If our muscles start to move and work less, we sweat less. Sweating is actually one of the most important ways in the body to eliminate toxic substances from within. If you live a sedentary lifestyle and do not move enough, you cannot sweat enough leading to  stress related bladder and bowel issues. Sweating is very important for your body’s natural detoxification process.

The autonomic nervous system of the human body works without our conscious effort. This system regulates some body processes, like blood pressure and the rate of breathing. It has two main divisions: Sympathetic nervous system and Parasympathetic nervous system. The human body needs to sweat, urinate and defecate to eliminate toxic substances from the body system. Whenever you are stressed, you notice that you do not feel any urge to go the toilet. This is because your bladder and bowel gets affected by stress, too. The main reason for all of this  is that our sympathetic nervous system is activated. This system is activated when we are stressed, and it is also known as ‘fight or flight mode’. But when the sympathetic nervous system is activated, it shuts down the opposite system called the parasympathetic nervous system. Parasympathetic nervous system which is also known as a ‘rest and digest state’, is the system for relaxation.

Sympathetic nervous system and parasympathetic nervous system are opposites. When the one nervous system’s responses is activated, it shuts off the other one. When you are stressed and activate the sympathetic nervous system shuts down your body’s need to urinate and defecate.   

Balancing the Autonomic Nervous System

If you want to detox through your skin naturally, you need to balance your autonomic nervous system. This is the major key for your body to detoxify from inside to outside. Being more physically active and staying away from stress will help in balancing this system.

Curious what condition your detox channels/organs are in...set up a remote session with Denise Temple. She will assist you in the process called Nutritional Dry Blood Cell Analysis. A few drops of blood on a microscope slide viewed under her high powered microscope will give you a ‘clear’ picture of what is happening inside your body, on a cellular level.



Heather Baruch
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