Seasonal Transitions
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A Guide To Combat Seasonal Transitions

It rained in the morning; the sun was scorching hot this afternoon, and the mercury continues to dip in the night. Welcome to the unpredictable weather change, during this time of the year you often get exhausted quickly because of the vulnerable immune system. Sometimes, your system falls too weak to fight with antibodies, which makes you prone to illness. our body just refuses to fight off and adapt to the seasonal transitions.

Here’s our guide on how to combat weather changes that will keep you safe from harsh weather changes:

Seasonal vegetables and fruit

Seasonal Fruits

The vitamins and minerals found in seasonal foods fulfill the needs of our bodies at the time they are ripe. Include them in your diet daily.

Dealing with pain

Changes in pressure, humidity, and temperature exacerbate the suffering of the people with joint and nerve pain. You can consume anti-inflammatory foods and supplements to relieve the pain.

No extensive physical activities

Seasonal Shoes

Don’t rush to perform fierce exercises, especially when you are just a beginner. Commence your journey by setting a gentle foot, then advance slowly.

Get enough sleep 

Sleep

Sleep deprivation can make the situation worse if you are already sick. Taking a minimum of eight-hour sleep is recommended. Sufficient rest revitalize you and build up your immune system.

Clothes

Seasonal Transitions

Abrupt temperature fluctuations negatively affect your immune system as the body tries to keep up with the external temperature. Dress according to the weather transition, add a few layers if the mercury deeps down, and remove a few if it shoots up. 

Look over the infant

Seasonal child care

Don’t roll up the babies in a pile of clothes. They cannot remove the garments by themselves, and the rise in their body temperature could be fatal.

All these tips shall be enough to fight with the weather changes and Seasonal Transitions. Consult a doctor or a physician, especially in the case of children below six years, if you notice any change in health condition.

Utpal Khot

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