Posted on: January 15, 2016
Well, the good news is that the flu could be worse here in California. The bad news — not by much.
This map from the Centers for Disease Control shows that influenza is widespread throughout much of the country as of Jan. 9. In California it’s affecting the entire region.
With that in mind, I’d like to share with you my seven top personal tips and tricks to staying healthy. These ideas are all based on research articles and experience. And using each item on the list will nudge you and your immune system toward optimum health. If you have any questions about how to apply any item to you, just ask me on your next office visit.
Simple But Effective
The ideas below are my personal suggestions on ways to strengthen your ability to stay healthy during flu season. These suggestions are especially valuable during the winter months when more indoor living promotes reduced exercise and can lead to increased exposure to pathogens. There are no guarantees of course, but the items below are very likely to improve your odds of staying healthy.
There are also a variety of natural products that could help strengthen you and your immune system. We usually have a few of our favorites available in the office. And of course, don’t hesitate to see your medical physician for help as well if you become ill.
My Top Seven Keys To Staying Healthy
There you have it… my top seven keys to staying healthy during flu season!
Of course there are many more techniques and ideas you may have already heard about, but these are my favorites. They are simple and very effective at the same time. Give yourself a better chance to be healthy by trying some or all of these ideas.
At Westlake Village Chiropractic Arts, we are committed to supporting you in your journey of greater health & well-being. Contact us for your next visit.
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