Top Health & Wellness tips for winter

Do you get sick at the start of the winter season or have trouble getting out of bed when it’s cold outside?

If so, then let us tell you that you are not the only one feeling this! Winter has long been associated with illness. Seasonal changes are accompanied by several bacterial infections, which is why the necessary measures must be taken to protect your health. Even if you want to relax and enjoy the weather in the colder months, be sure to take care of your health.

Your health is important at all stages of life and throughout the year. Here are some health and wellness tips for the winter to help you stay healthy.

  • Eat Healthy
    Hearty foods can provide comfort when it’s cold outside, but that doesn’t mean you can’t eat healthy in the winter. Fill your grocery bag with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, especially those that are rich in Vitamin A, C and E. If your immune system is strong enough, it becomes easier to fight many infections and diseases.
  • Daily Exercise
    Staying motivated to exercise during the winter can be difficult, but adults still need a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity per day. If you train in moderation daily, this will not only increase your blood circulation and energy level, but will also help you lose that extra weight.
  • Wash your hands frequently
    Winter is the season for colds and flu. Washing your hands is a simple and effective way to prevent the spread of germs and stay healthy. Always wear and use hand sanitizer when visiting public places.
  • Stay Hydrated
    People don’t usually associate dehydration with winter, but you can get dehydrated regardless of the outside temperature. Your body loses a lot of fluid during the cold & dry winter months, so make sure you drink water and fill up with liquids.
  • Get plenty of sleep
    When you sleep, the body releases certain chemicals into your system that are known to benefit the immune system. If you don’t get enough sleep, your immune system takes a serious hit, making you more vulnerable to minor conditions like the common cold and the flu.
  • Skin Care
    The strong winds of winter can be devastating for your skin, making it dull, dry, and cracked. Always keep your skin hydrated. It is best to avoid bathing in extremely hot water as this can remove natural moisturizers from the skin. A lip balm can keep your lips fresh and luscious;.

Planning annual visits with your doctor is one of the best things you can do to maintain good health and well-being. Contact our physician at 0172-5088883, 0172-2667897 and fix an appointment today!

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