As we all know, our bodies take time to adapt to temperature change, humidity, and air pressure. Therefore, when the weather changes, you need to be extra careful and protect yourself and your family to avoid health problems.
So, how do we stay healthy and strong during weather changes? Let’s find out in this blog.
Drink healthy beverages
Liquids play a critical role in our body’s mechanism for coping with weather changes. In addition to water, beverages such as citrus fruit juices, tomato and herb soups, lentil soups, and mushroom soups are also sources of hydration that provide nutrition and are easy to digest and absorb.
Keep your surroundings clean and tidy
It is always necessary to keep your house clean as it is the best way to get rid of germs. During weather changes, cold winds, heavy rains, storms, and typhoons occur frequently, and they can make your surroundings dirty and muddy. Therefore, you need to clean your house regularly to stay healthy. Also, sanitizing the things you use can stop the further spread of viruses or germs in your household.
Add Vitamin C to your diet
Eating citrus fruits is a common way, but several other foods can also add Vitamin C into your diet. Vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, and kimchi are tasty and nutritious at the same time. However, keep in mind that whenever eating fruits and vegetables, try not to cook them as Vitamin C is a heat-sensitive nutrient that will get lost during the cooking process. Eat them raw to reap the real benefits.
Avoid eating raw foods
Raw foods can carry more bacteria inside during weather changes. However, it does not mean you need to avoid raw vegetables. Just make sure you wash them well and avoid having them stale. When eating restaurant food, avoid raw greens because you cannot be sure how they have been handled.
Choose whole grains
Whole grains such as oats, brown rice, and buckwheat are rich in folate, magnesium, and iron, imparting power to your immune system. Gluten may cause lots of underlying health issues. Hence, replacing wheat with millet can help alleviate symptoms.
Add some fermented foods to your diet
Miso, kimchi, and yogurt have many health benefits as they can help increase the good bacteria in the gut. Fermenting foods increase their nutrient content, and these foods have 12 times more Vitamin C than non-fermented foods. Fermenting can also help generate iron and Vitamin B and thereby boost immunity. However, it’s always wise to add fermented foods to your diet in small portions and observe their effects on your body first. Then, you can gradually increase the portion size.
Boost your immune system using Spooky2
The immune system plays a fundamental role in the body that protects people against germs and microorganisms every day. It consists of special cells, proteins, tissues, and organs that work together to protect the body. A strong and healthy immune system can defeat invading pathogens and bacteria. On the other hand, problems with the immune system can lead to various diseases. If you consider boosting your body’s immune system to help your body in the fight, you can try the Spooky2 Preset for Immune System Stimulation.
Immune System Stimulation Remote preset, created by Spooky2 user Jeff Kaczor, uses a custom waveform created by Spooky2 user Manuel Mallo. The harmonic waveforms (square, sine, sawtooth, in sawtooth) all take and produce the fundamental frequency (F) and 7 octave harmonics: F1, F2, F4, F8, F16, F32, F64, and F128. The generator can generate an 8-note chord instead of a single frequency, and each note is a harmonic of the fundamental frequency using this waveform.
We suggest running it for four weeks at a time with detox programs.
Please don’t stimulate your immune system if you have autoimmunity issues!
The Immune System Stimulation preset has been designed to loop until manually stopped. Please connect your Spooky2 Remote to the “BN” port of the Spooky2 Boost.
Now you can find this preset under Miscellaneous Directory in Spooky2 software to run it. Use at your own risk.