6 tips to help you stay well this autumn

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Autumn is almost here! Crunchy leaves, cosy jumpers and hot drinks. Autumn brings cooler weather and darker days. This change can impact health and well-being so it is important to be health-conscious in this season. Here are 5 tips to help you stay well during the autumn season.

1.       Boost your immune system

Strengthen and boost your immune system as you transition into autumn. Start with the basics like drinking enough water, washing your hands often to prevent picking up viruses, eat nutritious and balanced meals.

2.       Eat healthy and seasonal foods

Eat seasonal and natural foods. Stay warm with soups and experiment with seasonal vegetables like butternut squash, cauliflower, pumpkin, and leafy greens. Do not forget plants like turmeric and ginger have incredible medicinal properties. 

3.       Exercise regularly

It is convenient to stay indoors during the cooler months. However, is important to remain active, this will support the body’s metabolism and immune system.

4.       Get enough sleep

As the days get shorter, make sleep a priority. Ensure you have a relaxing routine before going to bed. Consider spraying your pillow or bedding with a slumber mist can also help you unwind.

5.        Prioritize self-care 

During the cooler months, our bodies naturally slow down. It is important to listen to your body and set time aside to do something for yourself. Learn to manage stress and practice self-care the best way it may suit you. You can go for a walk, cherish your skincare routine, take a long bubble bath, or immerse yourself in a book.

6.       Stay social

It is important to continue to spend time with people important to you and foster friendships. This can pose to be a challenge during a pandemic, but healthy relationships can have great benefits for mental and physical health. Think of new and safe ways you can socialise with friends and family.

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