[Video] The 5 Requirements to Optimal Health (Part 1)


I’m often asked by my patients, “What caused my (insert problem)?” or “Why has it (insert problem) just started now?” They want to get to the bottom of the problem and address the thing that caused it.

However finding a single cause can be at times like trying to find a needle in haystack, in fact you will most invariably never find it, why?

As an example, a patient may present with chronic lower back pain that has no specific onset and has slowly got worse. When we explore and dive deeper, we discover that they sit for long periods in a day, furthermore, they have had a significant car accident a year ago and experienced several falls as a kid. Their workplace is creating a lot of mental/emotional stress at the moment and as a result their eating habits have got worse. Their sleep quality is never great and they can never seem to get comfortable on their pillow.

Can all of these factors have an impact on lower back pain? The answer is Yes, some are more obvious and pronounced than the others.

So what do we treat it and where do we start?

I’d like to pose some different questions. What does an optimally healthy human look like and what do they do to maintain their well-being? Or what are the requirements to optimal health?

In today’s episode of Revive TV you will learn:
• The first 3 requirements that all people need to be optimally healthy.
• The difference between feeling great and functioning optimally and why function is much more important.
• The best way to integrate these requirements into your already busy routine.
• How to start taking action today!!!

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