Herbs which support wound healing include aloe vera, calendula, cayenne, fenugreek, garlic, marshmallow, rosemary, and slippery elm. Consider adding these herbs in the diet, as supplements, as tinctures (liquid form), or in combination creams to help heal wounds.
HIIT IT FOR BETTER HEALTH
Using both high-intensity interval training (HIIT) – short bursts of all out effort, alternated with rest or light work and weight training improves insulin sensitivity and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.
YOGA ON THE BRAIN
A quick yoga session can boost brain function. In a study, 20 minutes of hatha yoga improved reaction time and cognitive skills. Try yoga in the morning, give first thing a try, to give you a great jump start.
The gut is the center of good health. When good and bad bacteria are out of balance, both mental and physical illnesses increase, and most illness will not resolve until the gut is healed. Be sure you are consuming probiotics in some form (especially after antibiotic treatment), and consume lots of healthy fruits and veggies to keep your gut happy.