by Adam Miramon, L.Ac., Dipl.Ac.
Published: Pathways Magazine, Fall 2013
When the weather begins to shift during the fall season, many of us become susceptible to a variety of illnesses including the common cold. Our susceptibility may be due to a number of reasons such as an inability to handle changes in weather, being sensitive to cooler temperatures, a weak immune system, or a host of other reasons. However, even those who do not fall into these categories may come down with some form of seasonal illness. Following are several keys to staying healthy when the weather shifts.
1. Know your body
2. Rest, Rest, Rest
4. Exercise regularly
5. Cover your neck
6. Recognize cold symptoms