Learn How to Maintain a Strong Environmental Barrier

By understanding how your organs orchestrate overall health, I think it helps you understand how an action you take helps with overall health and vitality. There is a plan to add more content on this topic, so stay tuned.

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Supporting The Skin

The skin plays a key role in protecting the body against pathogens and excessive water loss. Its other functions are insulation, temperature regulation, sensation, and the production of vitamin D. The subcutaneous fat in your skin is essential to fighting bacterial infections. It is important to note that with chronic toxic exposure, it can cause irreversible age to the skin’s fat cells, particularly in older adults. This is due to damage from mitochondrial oxidative stress.

These are choices which will help strengthen your immunity:

  • Epsom salt foot soaks. Soak, scrub, dry and massage with oil.
  • Epsom salt baths. Doing this before bedtime will help relax you.
  • Sunbathe 20 minutes or take walks mid-day with exposed skin to obtain vitamin D.
  • Use a healthy skin moisturizer.
  • Infrared spa is an EXCELLENT detox tool.
  • Use gloves when handling any substance that could be unhealthy.

Support the Nose and Olfactory Bulb

DO NOT OVERLOOK THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS AREA. Nasal sinuses are the most direct route to your brain when breathing. The nose contains sensory receptors for the olfactory bulb which provides the sense of smell and plays a role in taste. Capillaries in the olfactory bulb in your nose are highly susceptible to vascular leak and can result in particle invasion into the nervous system and brain.

When an odorant is detected by the olfactory bulb receptors, the brain perceives and identifies it. The odorant binds to receptors that recognize only a specific functional group or feature of the odorant which is ===((WHY))=== the chemical nature of the odorant is so important and artificial scents are not good for this system.

Signals from the olfactory system are processed in the amygdala, the frontal cortex and the hippocampus where it plays a role in emotion, memory and learning. When the brain starts to show signs of advancing dementia this is ===((EXACTLY))=== where it shows up!

With this understanding, you should appreciate more what you allow your nose to take in. Even if you aren’t currently reactive to scents, keeping the olfactory portion of your brain healthy is vital to body fluid regulation, cardiovascular functions, immune responses, thirst, feeding and reproductive behavior, and much more.

These are choices which will help strengthen your immunity:

  • Nitric oxide therapy is vitally important. It is used in pharmaceutical applications because it kills bacteria while you breathe. You can trick your body into making it!
  • Saline rinses are helpful in removing debris. Always use purified water.
  • Avoid using toxic household and personal products.

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Please know when it comes to mold, chemicals and EMFs. There is a lot of disinformation in every institution in our country. This is due to powerful economic interests that do not align with your need for optimal health. With an awareness and seeking alternatives together, we can create better answers to a lot of problems to improve national health, productivity and vitality.