Daily suggestions

Iyasu Anti-inflammatory N.D.E. Health Program – Daily Suggestions

Iyasu is a holistic company; therefore it is our intention to look at the whole person when modifying the program for each of our unique clients. This means that the types of foods and enzymes we suggest will differ from person to person, depending on their health needs. What remains the same for all of our clients is:

  • Exercise
  • Deep breathing
  • Stress management
  • Rest

Let’s take these one by one:

  • Exercise:
    • The exercise that we encourage our clients to follow has two parts:
      • Lymphatic
      • Muscular
    • Don’t worry – I understand how busy we are and it might not be realistic to do both on a regular basis. The good news is: there is an exercise that takes care of both – rebounding! Rebounding is exercising on a mini trampoline. The one I use and love is called Rebound Air and you can see it at: https://rebound-air.com/. I don’t work for the company or anything like that, I just happen to love the product. I start off with my lymphatic bounces and then I continue onto the muscular workout. This way I take care of both exercise needs during one workout. And I think it’s great fun!
  • Deep breathing:
    • Deep breathing is vital for many reasons. When it comes to moving your lymphatic system, deep breathing acts like a suction pump. This is important because our lymphatic system doesn’t have a pump. We need to do certain things to ensure it moves everyday. The importance of moving your lymph is included in the article “The Lymphatic System.” Deep breathing helps on so many levels: it moves our lymph, it helps to calm and ground us, and our lungs detoxify our body as a major eliminative channel.
  • Stress management:
    • Stress has a shock-like effect on the body, which can dilate the blood capillaries and release blood proteins in the interstitial spaces of the cells quicker than the lymphatic system can pull them out. It is vital to our health that we do whatever we can do to put effective stress management programs in place for ourselves on a daily basis. The two suggestions preceding this one are always helpful to reduce stress. One of the most helpful suggestions I can make to you would be to include something(s) that bring you joy every single day in your life. That will differ from person to person but take the time to discover what that is for you…and then engage in the joyful aspects of your life!
  • Rest:
    • We are a society of “doers.” That’s not necessarily a bad thing o The following is a list of suggestions to help you rest: because we human beings get things done. I believe a good question we need to ask ourselves is “At what cost”? I find it ironic that we are running around at a breakneck pace and yet so many of us cannot sleep well at night.
    • The following is a list of suggestions to help you rest:
      • Try to establish a consistent bedtime. This can help your internal clock set itself naturally.
      • Avoid eating too late or drinking any stimulants at least several hours before bed.
      • Engage in some type of meditation before bed to help prepare your body for sleep and calm the central nervous system.
      • Have a pen and notebook next to your bed in case you cannot sleep/wake up with a “to do” list stuck in your head. Write it down and then deep breathe to go back to sleep.
      • Keep your cell phone at least 6 feet from you while sleeping as this could disrupt our electromagnetic field. (It would be better in another room altogether).
      • Ask us about some enzymes helpful to promote sleep.


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