Recovering is necessary from any form of exercise, otherwise a cumulative effect happens and eventually one would burn themselves out, but recovering from recovery sounds a bit weird.
Now when one begins applying it to health, for not everyone recovers the same, or responds the same to the same type of treatments, so when one is in the process of recovering from a health crisis, one may have to take time out from their recovery process.
For example, if one is taking stuff which gets the body working better and hence detoxing better, depending how much toxins one has in their body, if to many are released at once from the fat cells, the body becomes overwhelmed, and hence one has to take a step back, and give their body a chance to clear the toxins released, and to recover from that overwhelm.
I know in my own case, what I’ve been doing hasn’t been a 5 min fix, it’s currently been a 5 year haul, and I’ve basically gone from the equivalent from wallowing around in mud, to now swimming in a dirty river, in other words, I’m making progress, though I’ve still got a long way to go and I still have to be aware in what I do.
So it’ll be interesting in 5 years time to see how my body is progressing as I begin to approach that age number of 60, for when one sees ads about people in their 50’s going into retirement homes, you actually go really.
How To Run Faster As You Get Older
So if one is recovering from health issues, remember to build in some recovery time during one’s recovery, for the temptation can be, as one begins to get and feel better, is to start doing more to quickly