Seasonal Change and You

Seasonal allergies flare up in the fall

Living in Colorado we enjoy wonderful weather year round. As summer turns to fall it’s
natural to experience changes in the way you feel. Diminishing daylight, temperature
reductions, prevalence of pollen – affect most of us in a variety of ways durning seasonal change.

Fortunately there are several things you can do to offset the impact of seasonal change.

GO OUTSIDE – Get as much natural sunlight as possible.
MOVE IT – Regular exercising particularly outdoors in the daylight is great…but exercise
at the gym or home are good alternatives.
EAT RIGHT – Aim for a healthy diet along with the regular intake of vitamins that contain
magnesium, B complex, and minerals.
BALANCE TIME – Trade screen time for hobbies, reading, brisk walking…anything that
gives you a sense of accomplishment.
HEALTH CHECK-UPS – If seasonal change is affecting how you feel, it’s a good idea to
get a regular health check-up…especially if allergies are flaring up.

If you’re still feeling out of sorts…let’s talk. Contact ENTOne today 303.798.1309 or online.

Disclaimer: This is general information and not a substitute for professional medical advice. All advice and suggestions offered via the website or newsletters should be discussed with your primary care physician prior to being implemented. Always consult your ENT doctor, Primary Care Physician or care team member for specific guidance, especially if you have any pre-existing conditions. SurgOne PC and ENTOne PC are not liable for any adverse reactions that may occur by implementing advice or suggestions that are appearing here.

 

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