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In our hectic world, where stress and deadline pressure often set the tone, many people long for a way to regenerate their body and mind. Fasting, an ancient practice, has evolved into a contemporary method to satisfy this longing for inner balance. However, before you dive into the world of fasting, we emphasize the individuality of each body. It is advisable to consult your doctor to ensure that fasting is suitable for you.
Feeling Hale's vision is for each person to discover their own definition of well-being. This path is individual and requires mindfulness of the needs of body and mind. Fasting can be a tool to promote this mindfulness and pave the way to a balanced lifestyle.
To approach fasting carefully, the following tips can be helpful.
Start slowly and choose a method that suits you. Increase the duration gradually and listen to your body. Make sure you drink enough fluids, preferably water or unsweetened herbal teas. Before fasting, eat a balanced diet with fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Listen to your body and break the fast if you feel unwell.
The benefits of fasting range from detoxifying the body to regulating weight to promoting mental clarity. However, potential nutrient deficiencies and a possible energy deficit from improper fasting must be taken into account. Pregnant women, breastfeeding women, and people with certain health conditions or eating disorders should avoid fasting.
Fasting can be a way to strengthen your personal relationship with your body and mind. It's about paying attention to how the body feels during fasting and seeing the experience as a process of self-awareness. However, before embarking on fasting, be wise and consult your doctor to ensure it is appropriate for your individual situation. This is the only way you can fully enjoy the journey to greater well-being. By the way, it's totally okay if fasting doesn't suit you and doesn't give you any energy.
Wellbeing is not a to-do list. There are no rules or prohibitions. You decide what is good for you and what is not.