The Top 5 Ways to Detox in 2018

Detox from heroin - Drug syringe and cooked heroin on spoon Image
Detox from heroin - Drug syringe and cooked heroin on spoon Image
Detox from heroin – Drug syringe and cooked heroin on spoon Image

Umatilla, FL – HEALTH – The start of a new year is always the best time to pull the ‘new year, new me’ stunt, which typically involves switching up a few things in your life. With the year halfway done, you still have some time to tick some items off your resolution list and change your life for the better – if you haven’t started yet. The best place to start is by detoxing and cleansing your body, mind, and soul. Thankfully, there are plenty of options available that will give you that all-important cleanse.

The Internet is full of numerous detox programs that promise to give you everything you have ever dreamed of. Every day, a new kind of detoxing fad enters the market and makes it almost impossible to find something that makes sense for you. Ready to detox but don’t know where to start? Here are 5 ways to trigger your own natural defenses and get your life the detox it truly needs:

  1. Cleanse your Body

If you are planning to detoxify, the most natural place to begin is by cleansing your body and ridding it of anything that won’t make it function optimally. That said, this process doesn’t just focus on what you should avoid.

It is common for people to always think about a detox as a means of cleaning up what you eat and drink. While this is true, it should also involve being more mindful of what you consume. You can also detox from alcohol, people and even do a drug detox from heroin. Whatever route you decide to take, the main goal should be to flush out the toxins from your body. It’s the only way to start feeling fresh and rejuvenated.

  1. Stay Away from Social Media

Joining every social media platform there is seems to be the in-thing these days. If you are one of those people who spend too much time online, life might be passing you by at an alarming rate. The best answer to this is to do a social media cleanse. List all the platforms that you are currently a member and go through them one by one. Which one do you really need? Does it add any value to your life? Are all those Facebook friends really your friends? Clear your feeds, delete some accounts and keep the relevant things only. This will take up a lot of your time, but the results will definitely be worthwhile in the end.

  1. Clean Up Your Diet

The simplest approach here is to reduce the amount of processed, pesticide-contaminated, and GMO food products in your meal plan. Switch these out with organic fruits and vegetables that help to trigger your body’s natural defense mechanism system. Remember to also adequately hydrate your body so that you can assist your kidneys in flushing any toxins out.

  1. Cleanse Your Mind

Detoxing your mind is just as important and taking care of your body. That’s because the mind and the body are connected. If one is performing poorly, it will cause the other to work less than optimally too. You can detoxify and cleanse your mind by minding your nutrition, lowering your stress levels, and engaging in relaxing activities that help to stimulate the mind. Think of wellness habits such as working out, meditation and even some yoga. These types of activities will give your mind the TLC it needs and ultimately reflects on your body as well.

  1. Cleanse Your Living Spaces

If your living space is a cluttered mess, chances are that everything around you is in the same state. Take some time and declutter your house of anything you don’t use or need anymore. If you have to think about throwing something out, chances are that you won’t use it in the near future. Sort these things out and think of what you can donate and what really needs to be thrown out. A clean house is a clean mind, which translates to a clean life in general.


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