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Beware of these Common Health Issues in Fall

What are the common health issues during Fall and Winter? These foods and Acupoints will help you replenish vitality and improve immunity for colder months.

Fall is not only poetic, it also implies that this is a time of hot days and cold nights, what diseases should you be aware of during the fall, and how to prevent cold related health issue.

 

Drink water and eat white colored fruits to nourish the lungs!

The climate in autumn is dry, hot, and cold, and external dryness is easy to invade the hair and mouth, causing headaches, aversion to cold, dry nose and lips, and dry skin.

There are two kinds of dryness in autumn, one is dry mouth and tongue, and the other is impetuous. Drink a large glass of lukewarm water every morning on a empty stomach, helps replenish and cleanse the body after a long night. It is recommended to drink at least 3.7 liters (15.5 cups) of fluid for men, and 2.7 liters (11.5 cups) of fluid for women.

Dryness in autumn is the season, and the lungs should be purged. Food such as tremella, lotus seeds, lotus roots, pears can help moisturize and nourish the lungs. These can often be cooked in a slow cooker as a desert soup – a deliciously healthy treat for the whole family. 

Garlic can also help you prevent weather switches and strengthen the immunity of the lungs. Garlic is rich in precious allicin, which can help boost immunity and maintain cell health.  If you have headaches, fever, chills, sore throat, hoarse voice, you can use Chinese herbal medicines such as mulberry leaves, almonds, and sand ginseng to release the symptoms. For symptoms such as dry skin, perilla leaves, tangerine peel, platycodon, and other Chinese medicinal herbs can be used to moisturize and invigorate the spleen.

If you have symptoms such as nasal congestion, sneezing, joint pain, headache, aversion to cold, fever, but no sweat, you can use Chinese herbs such as white peony root, Fangfeng, Pueraria lobata root to relieve the temperature; Chinese medicinal materials such as ginger, ageratum, perilla leaves can be used to reduce dampness and expels cold and wind in the body.

Boost Respiratory Health: Massage 4 Acupoints to Help Prevent Rhinitis!

People with a history of allergic rhinitis should pay more attention to daily maintenance during the fall season! You could apply gentle warmth to the eyes and nose with heating pads, or rub your hands back and forth and then warm your face with the. With pressure on the acupuncture points around the nose, such as Yintang, Bitong, Yingxiang, Zenzhou, etc., they help dredge the blood circulation of the face and enhance resistance.

Laughing: One of the Best "Medicine" for Expressing Lung Qi, and Detoxification!

Autumn and Winter are the seasons for seasonal depression. Even if the average person is not at the level of illness, many people still feel depressed unconsciously. It is recommended to spend time with cheerful people, watch comedies, pick up a hobby that you enjoy, and express your lungs with laughter. Laughing is a good detoxification exercise, which can drain the turbid lungs and unblock the blood.

Practice Meditation

To treat impetuousness, first, we should focus on calmness, and then stability. The “Huangdi Neijing” suggests that “to calm down, to slow down the damage of the autumn; to reduce the firry spirit, and to calm the heart.” Meditation is the most suitable way to reduce dryness’ ability to damage during fall. In addition to balancing the moods, rashness, and agitation should also be avoided consciously. Practicing meditation can also prevent the problem of decreased concentration and concentration due to impetuousness.

Meridian Exercise to Release Pressure, Strengthen Lungs Functions

 

Coach Maggie

Coach Maggie was born and raised in a family of Chinese Traditional Medicine and Martial Arts of six generations, she is currently the Specialty Fitness Instructor at Google Headquarters in USA and the Head Wellness Coach at Li Natural International.  Maggie has been training in Herbal Medicine, the Meridian System, and Internal Kungfu from a very young age. She has more than 17 years of teaching experience worldwide.
 

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