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Health Tips for Winter

Health Tips for Winter

Ready for a positive spin on winter?  Okay, here it comes.  By practically being forced to spend more time indoors, you have more time to unwind, catch up on your reading, and spend quality time with your family.

Still, you know what they say about too much of a good thing, even when that good thing is rest and relaxation.  So yes, give your mind and body a break but follow these common-sense tips for maintaining your good health.

Supplements: Vitamin D helps the body fight off infection, decrease joint pain, control blood sugars, and may even help prevent certain cancers. During the winter when the sun is low in the sky, the body is less able to produce vitamin D. So, add vitamin D to your diet either through a pill or dietary changes, like eating more eggs and fish.

Plants: The more time you spend indoors, the harder it is to feel connected to nature.  Adding more indoor plants can help.  Plus, certain varieties of house plants effectively remove bacteria and other pollutants from your air.  These include Boston Ivy, Aloe Vera, Spider Plants, and several other.

Dry skin: Handwashing is always a great way to stop the spread of germs and viruses. But, with dryer indoor air during the winter, you’re also more prone to dry, itchy skin.   After washing your hands, apply a soothing lotion to help keep your hands moisturized.

Exercise: It may be harder to exercise during the winter, but it’s not impossible.  Join a gym or buy a simple exercise mat or treadmill and give yourself a vigorous daily workout.  Get your kids involved, too, as staying active strengthens everyone’s immune system, helps prevent weight gain, and helps fight off depression.

And don’t forget to keep yourself nice and comfortable this winter, too.  How? It all starts with a heating system tune-up and inspection performed by the indoor comfort specialists at Correct Temp. Annual preventive maintenance is key not just to added comfort, but longer system lifespan, reduced energy bills, and more.  Contact us today for service and enjoy the added peace of mind.

Health Tips for Winter