Autumn can definitely put a damper on your well-being. Days get shorter. Days get colder. Sure, we gain an hour when the clocks fall back, but that means it’ll be dark when a lot of us are getting off work, which can be a bummer. Stay healthy this fall with these wellness tips.
Boost Your Immune System
Stay hydrated, eat nutritious foods and take advantage of liquid vitamins and elderberry. Learn more about immune boosting power of elderberry.
Beets, kale, pumpkin and squash are in-season and great choices. Cranberries are packed with antioxidants.
If you find yourself not getting outside much as the temperature goes down, try a Vitamin D liquid supplement. Go to Vitamin D.
Be Prepared For The Time Change
A week before the clocks fall back on November 6, try going to bed and waking up 15 minutes later.
Colder, crisper air will dry out your skin. Remember to still be using sunscreen.
Don't Forget Time Change
Daylight saving time ends on November 6th, when clocks are moved back an hour at 2 a.m. local time (so they will then read 1 a.m.
Keeping yourself hydrated can increase energy and fight off fatigue.
Now is not the time to hibernate. Keep moving and practicing your physical wellness routine.
Celebrate the season’s color rush by hitting the outdoors.
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