AVOIDING SEASONAL ILLNESS
'Tis the season to get sick. The change in weather, decreased daylight
and sun exposure, less exercise, more exposure to virulent bugs in closed
buildings, the kids bringing home who-knows-what from school, and changes
in routine with summer gone all create stressors for illness. As years pass I
personally really can feel the impact of fall and winter. Summer here in
Michigan is usually problem-free, but when the days shorten in September
and October, everything seems to weaken and break. Sniffles, sneezes, low
energy, and many joint aches are predictable. It's as though we were meant
to hibernate, but we ignore the message by pushing ourselves into constant
activity made possible by artificial environments.Enough belly
aching. I would like you to try a few things the next time you feel
sickness coming.I personally have
done this repeatedly with remarkable success. Others have too. I know such
results are anecdotal, but they are supported by scientific evidence.1. Drink 8-10
glasses of ionized (alkalinized) water per day (detoxifies, hydrates,
alkalinizes). Wysong WellSpring™, added to pure water, will help you
achieve optimal pH. For pets, offer the same water. Force it with an oral
syringe if necessary. Try to double what they normally drink in a day.
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