35 Inspirational Andrew Weil Quotes On Success

35 Inspirational Andrew Weil Quotes On Success

Andrew Weil is an American celebrity doctor who is a physician, author, spokesperson, and broadly described ‘guru’ of the alternative medical brands: holistic health and integrative medicine, whose name also constitutes an emerging brand of healthcare services and products in these fields. Weil has given extensive efforts to popular communication encouraging patients to incorporate alternative therapies — use of nutritional supplements, meditation, and ‘spiritual’ strategies, among others into conventional treatment plans. May his quotes inspire you to take action so that you may live your dreams.

1. “If you have difficulty sleeping or are not getting enough sleep or sleep of good quality, you need to learn the basics of sleep hygiene, make appropriate changes, and possibly consult a sleep expert.” Andrew Weil

2. “Limit or eliminate late-night computer and television viewing. A computer or TV screen may seem much dimmer than a light bulb, but these screens often fill your field of vision, mimicking the effects of a room filled with light.” Andrew Weil

3. “Excess exercise tends to be counterbalanced by excess hunger, exemplified by the phrase ‘working up an appetite.’ A few people with extraordinary willpower can resist such hunger day after day, but for the vast majority, weight loss through exercise is a flawed option.” Andrew Weil

4. “It is more important to eat some carbohydrates at breakfast, because the brain needs fuel right away, and carbohydrate is the best source.” Andrew Weil

5. “Human bodies are designed for regular physical activity. The sedentary nature of much of modern life probably plays a significant role in the epidemic incidence of depression today. Many studies show that depressed patients who stick to a regimen of aerobic exercise improve as much as those treated with medication.” Andrew Weil

6. “Get people back into the kitchen and combat the trend toward processed and fast food.” Andrew Weil

7. “Remember that breath walking – as with any meditation technique – should not be pursued with a grim determination to ‘get it right.’ The point is to cultivate openness, relaxation, and awareness, which can include awareness of your undisciplined, wandering mind.” Andrew Weil

8. “We need to accept the seemingly obvious fact that a toxic environment can make people sick and that no amount of medical intervention can protect us. The health care community must become a powerful political lobby for environmental policy and legislation.” Andrew Weil

9. “Fear and greed are potent motivators. When both of these forces push in the same direction, virtually no human being can resist.” Andrew Weil

10. “The best way to detoxify is to stop putting toxic things into the body and depend upon its own mechanisms.” Andrew Weil

11. “Studies have shown that people who are physically active sleep better than those who are sedentary. The more energy you expend during the day, the sleepier you will feel at bedtime.” Andrew Weil

12. “Unless you have serious respiratory or kidney problems, your bodies pH level will remain in balance no matter what you eat or drink.” Andrew Weil

13. “You can’t afford to get sick, and you can’t depend on the present health care system to keep you well. It’s up to you to protect and maintain your body’s innate capacity for health and healing by making the right choices in how you live.” Andrew Weil

14. “Conscious breath control is a useful tool for achieving a relaxed, clear state of mind.” Andrew Weil

15. “You’ve got to experiment to figure out what works.” Andrew Weil

16. “One of the most obvious ways dogs can improve our physical and mental health is via daily walks.” Andrew Weil

17. “When people are told to ‘eat many small meals,’ what they may actually hear is ‘eat all the time,’ making them likely to respond with some degree of compulsive overeating. It’s no coincidence, I think, that obesity rates began rising rapidly in the 1980s more or less in tandem with this widespread endorsement of more frequent meals.” Andrew Weil

18. “The choice is ours: we can keep on craving what we don’t have, and so perpetuate our unhappiness, or we can adjust our attitude toward what we do have so that our expectations conform to our experience.” Andrew Weil

19. “Giving gifts to others is a fundamental activity, as old as humanity itself. Yet in the modern, complex world, the particulars of gift-giving can be extraordinarily challenging.” Andrew Weil

20. “The bottom line is that the human body is complex and subtle, and oversimplifying – as common sense sometimes impels us to do – can be hazardous to your health.” Andrew Weil

21. “The more easily digestible and refined the carbohydrates, the greater the effect on our health, weight, and well-being.” Andrew Weil

22. “Routines may include taking a warm bath or a relaxing walk in the evening or practicing meditation/relaxation exercises. Psychologically, the completion of such a practice tells your mind and body that the day’s work is over and you are free to relax and sleep.” Andrew Weil

23. “As an American, you have a right to good health care that is effective, accessible, and affordable, that serves you from infancy through old age, that allows you to go to practitioners and facilities of your choosing, and that offers a broad range of therapeutic options.” Andrew Weil

24. “If we can make the correct diagnosis, the healing can begin. If we can’t, both our personal health and our economy are doomed.” Andrew Weil

25. “If the only way you could read an email was to run a mile first, the urge would quickly die. Human beings constantly do subconscious effort/reward calculations. Tapping a screen is the easiest of physical tasks.” Andrew Weil

26. “I’m still not comfortable recommending that people eat saturated fat with abandon, but it’s clear to me that sugar, flour, and oxidized seed oils create inflammatory effects in the body that almost certainly bear most of the responsibility for elevating heart disease risk.” Andrew Weil

27. “The more people have, the less content they seem to be. In America, the cultural expectation that we’re to be happy all the time and our children are to be happy all the time is toxic, and I think that really gets in the way of emotional well-being.” Andrew Weil

28. “Imagine that each time you inhale, that the universe is breathing into you, and as you exhale it is breathing out of you.” Andrew Weil

29. “There’s a great deal of scientific evidence that social connectedness is a very strong protector of emotional well-being, and I think there’s no question that social isolation has greatly increased in our culture in, say, the past 50 years, past 100 years.” Andrew Weil

30. “Treatment originates outside you; healing comes from within.” Andrew Weil

31. “There’s no single more powerful or simpler daily practice to further your health and well-being than breath work.” Andrew Weil

32. “It is unrealistic to want to be happy all the time.” Andrew Weil

33. “As a physician, I recommend nutritious hemp seeds and oil to anyone interested in maintaining a healthy diet. Everyone will benefit when American farmers can grow this amazing crop once again.” Andrew Weil

34. “I believe that it may be normal, healthy, and even productive to experience mild to moderate depression from time to time as part of the variable emotional spectrum, either as an appropriate response to situations or as a way of turning inward and mentally chewing over problems to find solutions.” Andrew Weil

35. “Genuine happiness comes from within, and often it comes in spontaneous feelings of joy.” Andrew Weil

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