Feb 12, 2018
I don’t know about you, but so many people around me are sick, and I find myself giving unsolicited advice all the time. I know you all who are fans of Yogahealer and are podcast listeners might want some more insight into the particular ways to care for your immune system in the winter.
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Nighty nite tea or ashwagandha with hot water at night.
Decrease your stress so you can sleep. Realize what you can get done in a day and let it be. Don’t burn the candle at both ends in winter of you’ll set yourself up for autoimmune issues. Seriously.
Wind down early
Sleep more in winter or you will get sick. We’re on an annual sleeping rhythm.
Eat early to wind down early
Take Hanah or Chavanprash
Live Well Lubed - do self massage
Find out your body type and get a good oil from Banyan - www.yogahealer.com/quiz
Lubing helps your lymph filter germs. Dry skin invites germs to take over.
Carry a thermos. Sip hot water every 20 minutes. Take hydration very very seriously.
Keep your house cool and dress warm
Take cold showers. It works. I take 2-3 short ones per day
Eat soup. It’s easier to digest. Eat soup at night, maybe for lunch too See tip #2.
Take ashwagandha. It’s a winter herb - an adaptogen. Have it with dinner, with breakfast. Add it to your beet smoothie.
Eat beets. I use beets in smoothies. My favorite winter smoothie is grapefruit, beets, celery, pear and ginger with a few beet greens at room temperature. Thin your bile. Heavy food is everywhere in winter. Beets help you poop
Never be constipated. When you'll constipated your lymph shuts down. Then you become susceptible to germs.
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