I often hear people say –it’s ok if it’s in moderation. (This can be applied to anything you ingest or do.)
My question to that is – What are your boundaries for moderation?
Moderation for one person may be 1 alcoholic drink a day as their excess is 3 drinks per day. For another, moderation may be 1 alcoholic drink per week as 3 per week would be excess.
Think about your belief systems and your body’s tolerances.
Sugar, caffeine, and alcohol is a good starting point for deciding what is your moderation, and what is your excess?
For some, there is no such thing – there is zero-tolerance.
Wherever you are in this wide spectrum of measurement, create a few boundaries for yourself and realize what is best for you. Moderation, excess, or zero-tolerance.
One thing to keep in mind is that your nervous system relies on your habits. When your habits take on new boundaries, there may be a rebellion from your nervous system, and you may revert back to excess.
Some areas of excess may include – too much thinking, working, eating, social media, news, or judgment of others.
If you know you are in excess and need some nervous system repairing, Body Talk can help. You can also discover what your body has to say about what you may need to balance and what moderation and excess really means to your body.
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Take internally to help soothe and calm the nervous system. Tammy Says:
When I set new boundaries for my habits, I use Copaiba Oil to support my nervous system to keep from reverting back to excess.
Add one to two drops to water, juice, or tea to support the health of the cardiovascular, immune, digestive, nervous, and respiratory system.
Take internally to help soothe and calm the nervous system.
Place one to two drops of Copaiba under the tongue to encourage a general sense of well-being during periods of stress or nervousness.