With the summer gone and winter on our doorstep I thought it might be appropriate to discuss a medical condition that comes with the change of seasons. As the wintery months approach the change of seasons can bring along the grim possibility of infection from bacteria and viruses. The worst culprit is catching a cold or flu and neither of them is any fun.
Catch up on your sleep. You become more unproductive if you are not getting enough sleep. This is why you need to improve internal functions by getting proper rest. This will allow you to function well the next day. In addition to that, this will also help your integumentary system do its repair and regenerative functions. When you sleep, your brain also produces several growth hormones that can regenerate collagen.
Trigger points have been known to be associated with fibromyalgia and myofascial pain, which is where the myofascial massage would play a vital role. But please don’t get trigger points confused with reiki healing in south west london points because acupressure points focus on energy and not the physical element.
This, according to some herbalists is a tried and true remedy. Teas made from the leaves of the raspberry plant have been used to tame the distressing symptoms of morning sickness for generations.
While it is too late to try a desensitization program or extensive counter conditioning, there are things you can do to help your Belgian survive the 4th of July festivities. Luckily fireworks tend to only come once to twice a year while thunderstorms can be quite frequent.
Explore the potential causes of your insomnia. Common causes are stress, anxiety and/or depression. Other causes of insomnia can be pain, major health issues, diet, lifestyle, medication, noisy environment or even just a worn out mattress. So often simply finding out the underlying cause of your insomnia is the best way to cure it.
These remedies and many variations on them have been used for generations to fight coughs. No matter which one you choose, take note of its effect on your symptoms until you find the right combination of natural treatments that work for you. If you suspect an infection, see your doctor. If your cough persists, a medical opinion may be needed. With proper natural care, you will be back to feeling healthy in no time.