Who’s responsible for our health?
Who is responsible for our health?
When we look to solve current health issues (most of which are non communicable diseases) we often expect governments to “do” something and be responsible for our health. We want insurance companies to cover more & more everyday health care issues, and the medical system to come up with new drugs.
Yet, doctors learn little about lifestyle changes, or nutrition in their training, and often our health ministers are firefighting the overwhelming responsibilities of the already overstretched resources in our hospitals.
If we’re going to solve the health and well-being crisis, we need to start educating ourselves about how the body works, learn ways to reduce stress, and know what’s best for ourselves as individuals.
Taking responsibility for our own health is key. Since most people have never learned in school about health (even if you learn human biology), healthy living then becomes confusing as different messages are broadcast from manufactured product companies that lure us with food labels about what is healthy, governments wanting to force chefs to calorie count every meal, and it’s no wonder the healthcare environment becomes more complicated and confusing each passing year!
Healthy living today is different to 30-40 years ago.
- Stress is on the increase,
- food is more processed and modified,
- and we’re exposed to more and more fears, toxins and ill health.
We are also leading more sedentary lives than ever before. By not moving on a daily basis, our lymphatic system slows down and we don’t eliminate these toxins naturally.
Anyone interested in obtaining optimum health, getting out of pain, and enhancing their feel good factor, will enjoy Systematic Kinesiology.
The Balanced Health Course offers you a simple, enjoyable and experiential way to discover how the body works and motivates our students to be more proactive in seeking ways to be healthy.
If you’re curious and want to understand how the body works, are seeking new ways to reduce stress, want to feel more energised, and be out of pain, then come along to one of our Introductory Workshops – I invite you to check it out:
You will learn about the unique approach Systematic Kinesiology has to holistic treatments, learn how to muscle test for yourself, reduce stress and gain insights into the huge potential for your own health, and those you can help.