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“Pain is the bodies voice, listen to your body”

Many women can relate to the fact that we may put a lot of effort into the care of our bodies. I mean we take the time to purchase our clothes, buy certain makeup, and lose weight. But how well do you actually listen to your body? Here is some great information from a contributed post below. 


This may be hard to believe, but a lot of people out there – especially women – pay more attention to body image and physically accessorizing their figures, instead of listening to their body when it’s crying out for help. There is such a scam spun by the media about what a perfect body is, that essentially, their bodies are in their heads.

The body is a temple. Every single cell in your body is communicating with you and each one of those cells knows exactly when you are tired, stressed or unhappy. It’s clever. It supports you and when every function works in sync, you feel well and happy.

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When one function stops working in the way that it should, you know about it if you’re paying attention to the messages that your body is sending you. Awareness of what your body needs is so important and it’s not a surprise that those with low self-esteem find it hard to hear what their bodies are telling them.

They can’t listen when things go wrong because their bodies are betraying them in their mind. People will always tell you to listen to your body, but not many know what that means or how to do it. Below, we tell you exactly that.

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Journal. If you are writing down things about your body that you feel positive about, you’re going to notice when symptoms creep in that are like ringing alarm bells. There are some symptoms that occur mentally, such as stress.

However, there are others like fatigue, weight gain, and issues with fertility that you should be paying attention to. Journaling these feelings can lead you to clinics like Denton Combs and get a diagnosis for those symptoms can happen. Symptoms mean your body is talking to you – write it down.

Notice. When you go for a run and your lungs start to ache, your knees begin to hurt, and your heart rate goes too quickly, you would notice and slow yourself down straight away, right? Wrong. A lot of people out there believe that they can push past that type of stress on the body, and they can’t.

Learn to notice when your body is sending you warning signs and respond to those signs.

Meditate. Taking a quiet moment to sit and just be in each day can really help with stress. You need no noise, no interruption and just a minute or two to focus on your breathing and calming the rush between your ears. You can do this during Yoga, or even in the shower, where you can truly be alone for a moment.

Eat Mindfully. By paying attention to what you eat, you can ensure that you get the best of yourself. Intuitively listening to when you are hungry, thirsty, or full. This will mean you are able to look after your body better and not ignore your own signals.

Listening to your body’s voice doesn’t mean picking up the phone. It means putting it down and just quietly noticing what your body can and cannot do. Don’t be afraid to find out your limitations and say no to more strain.


Have you ever heard the expression “pain is the bodies voice, listen to your body?” There have been plenty of times I have been in pain and instead of heeding the warning signs I have ignored them to try to get things done. Only to have to deal with the consequences later. 

Just like a car with check engine light, or body tells us when we need to slow down and carefor ourselves. 

I like the idea of keeping a journal, it is a great way to help you keep a track of your bodies needs and it will be easier to notice anything you need to work on. 

I can’t stress enough how useful meditation is and it is a great way to help you stay in tune with your body. 

As a woman and mother, I know all too well the importance of listening to my body. Not only can I prevent myself from future hardship I can ensure my body runs at its optimal level.

I have a lot of responsibility and it may be hard to find the time for myself but doing so reaps many rewards.

So what about you, have you ever ignored your bodies voice? Do you take the time to listen to your body when it is trying to tell you something?

Let’s discuss it below!

6 thoughts on “Listen to Your Body – Your Body Has a Voice”

  1. Thank you for this great post. We are busy with work, children, home and we have forgotten about itself.
    We do not listen to our body.
    Thanks a lot for the tips and good ideas.

    1. Hi Maja,
      You are so right! I am glad you found the tips useful. Thanks for taking the time to comment!

  2. Stunning post, Melissa! These points are all so spot-on. I have found each of these: Journalling, Mindfulness, and Meditation to be life-changing, liberating and deeply calming, especially when I was practicing these daily. I seem to have veered off the path somewhat since becoming a Mom. This is a great reminder to carve out time each day to journal and meditate. If I start the day right, I know from past experience, the mindfulness starts coming naturally.

    1. Hi Lauren,
      I agree, how we start our day can play a big part on how the rest of it goes and how mindful we will be. I think as mothers our schedule can make it difficult but if we take the time to practice this every day it will get easier. Thanks for the comment!

  3. OMG, what a superb point you have raised in this article. We truly don’t care about what our body wants instead we always concentrate on clothes and other materials to beautify ourselves. We need to listen to our body as well in order to lead a happy life with a happy mind. Great article, worth sharing with everyone, great job, keep it up…:)

    1. Hi Sarah,
      I agree listening to your body is important. I am glad you found the article beneficial. Thanks for commenting!

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