10 tips for maintaining health during the winter and early spring period

10 tips for maintaining health during the winter and early spring period
Numerous tips for maintaining health during the long winter and early spring period include staying in nature, daily walks, aromatic ginger tea and the like.

  1. Follow a daily routine – it is important to adhere to sleep / wake and wakefulness. Daytime sleep during the winter should be avoided because such sleep affects metabolism and the accumulation of excess body weight.
  2. Breathing practice – the practice of breathing during the day is important. Breathing through one nostril is especially recommended. Breathe for 3 to 4 minutes only on one nostril and keep the other closed and vice versa. Such breathing speeds up circulation and warming.
  3. Use sesame oil before a morning shower. It is advisable to lubricate the body with warm sesame oil before the morning shower. Heat the oil with warm water. Pour 3 to 4 tablespoons of oil into a bowl. Then put that pot in another pot with boiling water. Carefully apply the warm oil all over the body from the feet to the neck. Dry skin will absorb the oil after a few minutes. Oily skin will require rinsing off the remaining oil. This can be done with a special preparation. You usually need oatmeal (or oatmeal ground in a coffee grinder) and water. Mix one full tablespoon of oatmeal with warm water to the thickness of sour cream. Apply this mask on the whole body from feet to neck. Take a shower with warm water. This lubricant has an excellent hydrating effect.
  4. Strengthen the immune system – drink plenty of herbal remedies (for example with ginger and cane sugar). And the magical properties of sesame oil can strengthen the immune system. Lubricate your feet with oil every night before going to bed and wear socks for better effect.
  5. During the winter, it is recommended to limit the use of products with flour, cakes, and other sweets. Enrich your dishes with black pepper and ginger. These spices perfectly strengthen the immunity and expel excess mucus from the body. Introduce whole grain bread into your diet. It is best to eat porridge (oat, barley and corn) for breakfast. You can drink hot herbal tea after an hour. Lunch should be between 12 and 1 p.m. Lunch should contain fatty foods (thick soup, cooked or steamed vegetables, refined butter). Dinner should not be after 6 pm if possible. Experts say that up to 6 pm is the maximum for an evening meal because food is digested longer in winter. If a person eats dinner too late, then the extra pounds are accumulated and the immune system reacts to frequent colds with the arrival of spring.
  6. Fighting depression-The color of clothes or clothing also helps to gain a good mood and in the fight against depression (for example, red, yellow or orange). The energy of these bright colors has the power to raise the inner energy of man.
  7. Any form of socializing is desirable – each person loves their own form of socializing. Any activity alone or with other people is advised as it drives away feelings of loneliness.
  8. Winter and the beginning of early spring – let them be more passive and moderate in all activities and parts of life / work. Summer is still a period of increased energy and active content.
  9. Slowed pace of life – it is recommended to follow the biological rhythm of nature. Don’t burden yourself with small things and irrelevant worries because the winter period is a period of more relaxation, slow rhythm and rest anyway.
  10. Today, climate change is noticeable, which affects all seasons. Each person needs to adjust to their own life needs, health and other circumstances, and the climate in their own environment. Listen to your own organism who is giving you the best advices.

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