It’s YOUR Summer—Enjoy it!
The golden season. The reason people take winter vacations to sunny locations. Summertime! More sunlight hours, more warmth, more chances to be outdoors and for many people more socializing!
Unlike the so-called Season of Sneezing following the holidays, midwinter, summertime is practically designed to keep you healthy. More movement/exercise, more sunlight on your skin means more vitamin D, and more local fresh fruit and vegetables you can buy from your local farmer or farmers market.
So how do we sometimes still manage to get sick in the summer?
Being run down often comes before getting sick.
- More sunlight can also mean less quality sleep.
- More socializing can also mean more alcohol, reducing your actual hydration.
- Snack foods can be tempting, but usually lack good nutrition.
So how do you stay well? This guide will explore the 7 immune support habits that will keep you healthy:
- Get enough sleep
- Stay hydrated
- Consider options to detoxify
- Eat good foods for good nutrients
- Supplement the nutrients you do not get enough of naturally
- Move your body and break a sweat every day
What about that 7th one? Gratitude for immune support? Yep. We will get to that one, too. If you are sick of being sick be sure to download our entire report “7 Immune Supportive Habits” with the button below.
Sick in the Summer? 7 Immune Support Habits
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Habit 5: Supplement
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- Prep for Post Holiday Health
- Injured or Ill? Get Back In The Game
- Detoxification Guide for Health
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