7 Tips for a Healthier Fall!

With Fall upon us I thought it would be a good time to talk about some ways that we can better prepare our health for the changing season! Below are 7 ways to ensure you have a healthier Fall transition.

1-Take a Vitamin D Supplement and have your levels checked, we get most of our vitamin D from the sun and with colder weather approaching many of us need to stay on top of our levels.

2-Slow down some with Fall and pick up a wellness journal to get in touch with how you are feeling each day!

3-Boost your immune system by eating fresh whole foods that are in season and also look into an immune support supplement like the one we carry at 180 Health!

4-Find something to keep you active during the winter months, We tend to want to hibernate more when it is cold but staying active during the next few months will do so much for your immune system and overall health!

5-Staying hydrated especially when it comes to our skin and water intake, Be sure to drink plenty of fresh clean water and check out some natural toxic free moisturisers to keep your skin healthy and fresh.

6- Spring cleaning in the Fall is also a great way to keep your home healthy and ready for the upcoming seasonal changes, this is also a good time to take an inventory of your pantry and make sure you have some staples ready for soups and broths to keep you warm. Struggling with your Pantry or what to buy checkout our website for more info on our Smart Shopping Trips and Pantry Makeovers.

7-Be kind to yourself, The Winter months can be harsh in terms of extreme weather and often time some weight gain, Having a plan in place is a great place to start but if things do not go as planned reach out to us for some help!

Have questions? Get in touch with us today!

 

Source: https://www.activeminds.org/blog/15-autumn-wellness-tips-to-keep-you-healthy-this-fall

 

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