The answer is usually "a vacation". A period of rest when we are not going to do anything else but stay on the beach, eat good, sleep a lot, and do little of anything. To our surprise we may come home from a vacation tired and in need for a new vacation. Even if we return envigoured the reality of things may hit home after some days and we get more tired than when we left.
How on earth can we charge our batteries in order to gain power similar to the little battery bunnies that just go on and on and on? Although we ususally don’t think of them as such, our batteries are the cells of our body. Each cell is a very small battery which produces energy for our day to day movements and activities. In a complex process, the cells receive ATP, (Adenosine Triphosphate), that is used to create energy through combustion. More ATP, more energy, less ATP, less energy.
The best way to charge our batteries thus has nothing to do with vacations , but means making sure that there is enough ATP for the cell combustion in order to provide the needed energy. In a way it is not that different from a car engine. The car moves because it combusts fuel and oxigen. In our bodies the fuel is the food we eat and the combustion is done with oxigen or through fermentation.
Unfortunately that is not always the case. If we deprive the body of the nutrition it needs. If we contaminate the Thyroids and other organs with toxins, manipulated or syntetic food products that do not contain valuable nutrition, then there is nothing with which to charge the trillions of small batteries. The inmune system goes down, we feel tired and overworked and aching all over. In the end we need Levaxine or Statin drugs in order to boost our bodies while contaminating them further and the vicious circle of decomposition is running full blast without that we even recognize it, thinking that the ailments are only a sign of age.
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