Small efforts to have a healthy lifestyle in winter
Friday - January 4, 2019 11:19 am , Category : WTN SPECIAL
(WTN) Season of winters results sudden change in your lifestyle and diet. It is important to follow balanced lifestyle and diet with full of nutrition. Chilly winters effects your outer body as well as internal functioning too. No special arrangement needed but to adopt natural and home remedies we can chill in winters.
By boosting use of daily life natural and home ingredients we can boost your immunity as well as glowing skin. Here are four common items useful for winter:
> Tulsi Tea for antioxidants and other nutrients: Winter depressed our immunity which in turn increases your chances of contracting the flu. Tulsi (Holy Basil) enhances your immune system to fight the viruses. It also improves the body s overall defense mechanism reduces stress improves stamina and provides a rich supply of antioxidant and other nutrients.
> Honey to boost immunity: Use of Honey not just tickles your taste buds but also contains several vitamins minerals and antioxidants to boost immunity levels to deal with winter allergies.
>Coconut Oil to fight dry skin: Another common issue we all face is the dry flaky skin caused by cold breeze and dehydration in winter months. The best all round elixir is organic virgin coconut oil. When applied externally coconut oil keeps the skin moisturised prevents dry scaly skin and strengthens the connective tissue under the skin. With its anti-microbial properties skin stays healthy and nourished. Stay hydrated in winter months to make sure your skin stays healthy.
> Desi ghee to keep your body warm: Including ghee in your diet is one of the best ways to keep your body warm and it helps additionally in dealing with winter dryness of the skin.
Quick and important Tip:
* Get in the habit of "oiling up" each morning with self-massage before your bath or shower. This will lubricate and protect your skin and give your complexion a radiant sheen that lasts throughout the day.
* Be sure to drink plenty of water each day. Rather than cold, drink your water warm or at least at room temperature.
* Include oil-rich foods in your daily diet. Nuts, especially walnuts and almonds, ground flaxseeds, sunflower pumpkin seeds, olive oil and green leafy vegetables
* Use herbs like Amla, Aloe vera, Triphala, Chandan which have gentle detoxifying properties and also help to maintain perfect moisturising balance. – Window To News
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