How to Detox naturally - 6 ways to cleanse Your body

Can you detox naturally?

How to Detox naturally - 6 ways to cleanse Your body
Written by Our: Morning Runner
Medical Fact Checked by: Dr. Bryan Havoc
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If you’re feeling more fatigued than normal, are struggling to concentrate through brain fog, or are feeling a bit of digestive distress, then it might be time to think about a cleanse or detox routine. Let’s take a look at a few reasons why you should cleanse your body.

Getting Weight Down From Fatigue

It’s okay to be tired after a long day at work or if you didn’t get enough sleep. However, if you’re starting to notice that you do not have the motivation or the energy to do anything, even after getting plenty of sleep, then you might be fatigued.

Though, you shouldn’t confuse fatigue with being sleepy, because if you still have no drive to get out of bed after a healthy nap, then there’s something else going on. Rest alone isn’t a cure for fatigue. If you’ve tried making lifestyle changes like removing stress from your life or getting plenty of sleep but are still feeling tired, then it might be time for a cleanse.

You’re Craving Sugar

There’s nothing wrong with craving sugar. We all crave a cookie or some ice cream from time to time. However, if you find that your cravings for sugar go beyond the occasional treat, then it might be time to look into a cleanse. The more sugar you consume, the more your brain will crave even more and become used to it.

Just like any kind of drug, once your brain becomes accustomed to a routine, trying to break the routine could cause some issues.

If you’re trying to detox yourself off sugar, it could be really hard, because now your brain has come to accept your consumption of sugar as normal. You’ll want to power through your need for sugar anyway because over-consumption could lead to issues such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Suffering From Brain Fog

Brain fog could be the symptom of a number of different issues. However, the issues that cause brain fog could also be helped with a healthy cleanse, so it will be worth the effort to cleanse your body. Many might not know they are even suffering brain fog. They might assume they are just having an off day or attribute it to symptoms from other neurological issues. If you’re starting to have issues with organizing yourself, processing information, or even recalling any memories, then you might have brain fog.

It is very difficult to just power through brain fog. Other lifestyle factors on top of needing a cleanse that could lead to brain fog are stress, not getting enough sleep, or not getting enough social or emotional stimulation. The latter is known as living a sedentary lifestyle, and that doesn’t mean you’re just sitting or lying around all day. When your brain isn’t getting proper stimulation, it could lead to it becoming stagnant. If you find you’ve encountered brain fog, then you need to think about doing a cleanse.

Bloating From Gas

When you normally think of a detox or cleanse you attribute it to digestive issues, right? If a cleanse is meant to clear up any digestive issues, then wouldn’t it make sense that a cleanse would help with bloating?

When too much gas accumulates in your digestive system, then it could cause bloating.

There is an almost unlimited number of medical conditions that cause bloating. However, if you’re a relatively healthy person who has bloating caused by unknown issues, then you might want to look at toxins as the culprit.
If you have some or all of these symptoms, then it might be time to look into a cleanse.

Here are six ways to detox your body naturally.

Remove Bad Ingredients

It might be time to look into the food you’re eating as a source. The food you’re eating is normally the first thing you should look at when deciding to go on a cleanse. If you journal your food intake and notice that you’re consuming more processed sugar or high fructose corn syrup. These ingredients can get in the way of a healthy cleanse.

Consume Healthy Foods

When choosing food to replace the ones you need to give up, you need to look for natural choices such as natural fats and oils. The anti-inflammatory properties of natural healthy fats help your digestive tract that may be inflamed due to various toxins.

Stay Hydrated

If you’ve noticed that your urine has a thick yellow color and odor, then you might not be drinking enough water. Water helps your cells flush out the waste during its natural detox process. Make sure the water your drinking is filtered and won’t be contributing additional environmental or metal toxins into your body.


Exercising isn’t just something people tell you to do because its healthy. When you hear of various diseases whose common lifestyle change is to get more exercise, then it’s not unfounded that it can have detox properties as well. Exercise not only keeps your body in tip-top shape, but it helps sweat out harmful toxins from your skin.

Take A Bath

Soaking in Epsom salt is a great way to pull toxins from your body. When your body absorbs the magnesium from an Epsom salt bath it can help your bowels move along. The laxative effect of magnesium helps remove waste from your digestive system. If you’re thinking that Epsom salt baths have more skin benefits, then you wouldn’t be wrong. An Epsom salt bath is also a great anti-inflammatory for your skin to help remove heavy metals.


If you’re going to boost your body’s natural ability to detox, then you’re going to want to look into natural supplements to help you out. However, when you’re searching for supplements, you need to find ones with only natural ingredients. They would be akin to eating natural foods, but it’s good to have a little extra boost if you don’t always have access to them.

If you feel any of the symptoms above, then you might want to take a look at these six helpful tips to naturally cleanse. You will end up feeling a lot better in the long run.

*This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. The information contained herein is not a substitute for and should never be relied upon for professional medical advice. Always talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of any treatment.