How to keep healthy this autumn
The air is beginning to get a bit cooler; the sun is rising a little later and nature is beginning to prepare for a change in season. Many of us are also preparing around the home, making sure the gas bottles are full or swapping our summer and winter clothes around. As we become aware of the changes happening around us, we should take initiative and make sure our bodies are also prepared for the cold months ahead.
There are a few things you can do in order to keep your mind and body in tip-top shape:
Boost your immune system by drinking plenty of water and eating healthy. Try to include foods like citrus fruits, broccoli, red peppers, and ginger into your diet. Avoid over-consumption of things like coffee and tea.
Don’t slack on the exercise during the colder months., keep up your routine and avoid picking up those extra kilos.
Think about going for a flu shot, available at most pharmacies.
If you feel your breathing is affected by the dry air during the colder months, try out a humidifier.
Take time for yourself, slow down and do things that make you happy.
Layer clothing, you don’t want to get too warm or cold, as temperature changes can have an effect on your immune system.
Since we live in a sunny part of the world, make sure to enjoy those warm winter days when the sun does decide to show itself.
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You will be able to face the rest of the winter with a smile on your face. The Natural Living Spa has a variety of treatments, all under one roof. You can easily book online for your next appointment. Thinking of giving your loved one a gift that you know they will love? Surprise them with a Natural Living Gift Voucher, it is sure to be a pleasant and memorable experience providing memories that last a lifetime.