Support what is your body’s needs
- January 09, 2020
- William Lewis
If you are coming out in the winter months, you have diarrhea, flu, stomach bugs and more. It can knock the wind out of your wind. Not only this but for the first time, it will make you think about what you should have done to take care of your body by then.
Some people naturally get better immunity than others, but everyone can take some extra care of their own body. And everyone knows what is your body’s needs.
Do it slowly
One important thing is that when we tell our bodies to slow down, we do not listen to them. We try and hope that the energy we need will come from somewhere. Whether you know it or not, your body acts on the signals from the sun.
In the summer, which means when the sun rises at 4 am and it is late in the evening, your body naturally wants to wake up. In the winter, when the sun rises late and the skin goes down, your body will release more melatonin and send you to the heading. Listen to your rhythm, and adjust to what’s in your control to do so.
Unless you have a very varied and balanced diet, chances are that you will miss some important vitamins and minerals. Even if your diet is very good, there is a possibility that you will need some help in this area. To help your body on the inside, invest in a high-quality multivitamin.
You may not feel the effects of it right now, but over time your natural stores will grow and you will feel better. Couples also need some affection, and with age, we should take better care of them. Joint support can come in many ways, from supplements, or with a lightweight roller on the physical belt to help you get around.
It’s no wonder that if you eat seasonal foods, you’re getting more and more nutrients from the fruits and vegetables you eat. As they get older and are available seasonally, they are not given extra ‘help’ to get out of season.
Fruits and vegetables generally have a low carbon footprint, and the seasonal product supports our body’s specific nutritional needs. Meaning, if you eat what is naturally available, then you are in rhythm with the weather and your body.
If you are burning a candle on both ends. Or you feel like you have been awake for a long, long time to wake up, only to be awake then you are ruining your body. You need high-quality rest periods. Sleep helps your body recover from the day and recharge. The effect can be far-reaching if you are permanently quitting or restoring your sleep.
Try to sleep as soon as you feel tired. You can use an app such as Bring Calm or Headspace to help you get off to a calm and comfortable start.