Posted on Monday, November 17, 2014
As soon as the skin starts to get dry, we know that Winter is coming. Along with dry skin, cold sores and heartburn are signs of the cold winter season. Get rid of all these anti holiday sentiments and enjoy the season to the fullest.
Here are a few tips to beat the winter blues.
Yogurt enriches the body, by reducing the risk of high blood pressure. It also prevents osteoporosis and aids in gastrointestinal conditions like inflammatory bowel disease and constipation. When you choose to buy low-fat, always check if the yogurt contains active cultures and vitamin D.
We tend to eat more when the climate is colder. Enjoy the goodies in moderation and avoid second and third helpings. The sinful foods that cause heartburn include eatables that are excessively sugar coated with sweetness and loaded with fat. Instead, go for vegetables, salads, fruits and whole wheat breads. Light exercise is a great way to prevent
To avoid cold sores maintain a healthy diet, get plenty of rest, do not share food or drink containers and discard old tissues.
Eliminate negative thoughts, focus on your breathing, and repeat a single word or phrase, these techniques in meditation automatically gear up your body’s natural response.
Do not forget to warm up with some good old exercising. It will also help you stay fit.
Winters can be a cold, dark and lazy. But do not cozy up at home in your comforters. Take a friend along and sign up for a yoga class or outdoor sports or a sewing or cooking class. Keep yourself busy and entertained, enjoy the outdoors in the cold & breezy winter days and dark & quiet winter nights.
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