If you recall anything from learning about the human body, you probably know the crucial role that our blood plays in keeping our bodies running. Whether it’s transporting oxygen from our lungs, nutrients from our digestive systems, or toxins from our cleansing organs, our blood does it all. Whereas most of our internal components have one explicit job, our blood is like a Swiss army knife, doing anything and everything to keep our bodies in good medical shape.
The sheer number of tasks our blood is responsible for makes the purpose of blood tests and analysis clear. They’re the number one way to get a look at what’s going on in the body, providing valuable insight with minimal invasiveness. And while a pathological blood test is excellent to find signs of illness, low cell count, and other health issues, a standard blood test is most useful when you know exactly what you’re looking for. When you get your blood tested in a typical medical lab, it’s long dead by the time it reaches a microscope, and is usually smeared with reagents and contrast chemicals to make specific problems easier to find. This can be invaluable information, but doesn’t help the vast number of people looking to take a more holistic and preventive approach to their health. That’s where a blood analysis comes in.
What is a Blood Analysis?
A blood analysis, also known as a live/dry blood analysis, is a method of analysis used to look for a wide range of deficiencies and health problems. The process is simple. You’ll sit down with your blood analyst, who will take a small sample, usually from your fingertip. Then, in front of your very eyes, the analyst will place the sample on a high-powered microscope, which will project an image of your still-living blood for both you and the analyst to see. Where a regular blood test mainly counts the amount of certain components in your blood, a blood cell analysis looks for problems of all kinds based on the appearance, behaviour, and overall quality of your live sample.
A blood cell analysis can detect a multitude of problems in the same test, and a qualified analyst will be able to point these out to you as they’re discovered. From here, they can suggest lifestyle and dietary changes, as well as suggest supplemental medicine to help solve any problems found. The issues a blood analysis can uncover include, but aren’t limited to:
- Poor digestion
- Toxicity in the bowel and/or liver
- Excess stress
- Weak immune system
- Vitamin/mineral deficiencies
- High cholesterol
- Harmful bacteria and fungal infections
- Presence of parasites
- Poor blood circulation
- Free radical cell damage (damage from radiation)
- Excess levels of toxic heavy metals
- Allergies and intolerances (food or otherwise)
- Imbalanced hormone levels
Who can Benefit from a Blood Analysis?
The short answer to this question is: everyone! Because of the holistic nature of blood analysis, it can help provide valuable insight into the health of people from all walks of life. However, there are a few cases where a blood cell analysis may be exactly the answer you’re looking for. Wondering if a blood analysis is the answer to your problems? Ask yourself the following questions:
- Are you experiencing chronic health issues, such as pain, fatigue, or repeated illness or infection?
- Are you not getting satisfactory answers about your health concerns from standard medical testing?
- Are you looking to get an insight on multiple potential health issues at the same time?
- Are you ready to get proactive about your health, and identify potential issues before they become bigger problems?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, it might be time to sit down with a qualified blood analyst. If you have more questions about the process, or how it can help you get ahead of your health issues, our team at Best Life Holistic Services is here to help! With years of experience in live/dry blood analysis and PEMF therapy, we’re more than equipped to help you onto a new track in your journey for holistic wellness. Ready to get started? Contact us today!
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