If you pay close attention, you can catch certain signs about your health by listening to cues from your body.
One thing to keep in mind is that every person is different, so it is essential to learn your own body cues. Various health indicators can show up in different ways from person to person.
How to Listen to Health Cues from Your Body
The first way to make sure that you are ready to listen to your body’s cues about your health is to make sure that you know what is normal for you.
To get used to your baseline health indicators, you can keep a journal of how you are feeling daily. You don’t have to limit yourself to writing down just physical changes—tracking your emotions and mental health is beneficial, too.
There are many apps out there that you can use to log how you are feeling each day. Of course, writing things down in a notebook or journal works too.
By tracking your health and any changes each day, over time, you will have a good understanding of your general health and well-being, and you will be able to notice small changes that could be significant.
If you notice something unusual, consider doing a little research to clarify or isolate your concerns. While online research is certainly not a substitute for medical care, it can give you a little more clarity on the topic and allow you to explain your concerns to your doctor better.
Listening to your body and paying attention to any changes is crucial for your health, especially as you move forward in your sobriety journey.
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