This cleansing opportunity can mean a runny nose, a fever or a chest cold. Rather than push symptoms down with an over-the-counter medication or antibiotics, you can take full advantage of this year’s fall season by encouraging your body to gently detoxify.
While the body is capable of pushing out toxins any time, winter is not an ideal time to cleanse. Instead, winter is a time to slow down and move inward.
During winter season, our days are shorter and our nights are longer. One secret to living a long and happy life is to keep our hormones in balance by moving with the seasons. Our bodies are wired to work in rhythm with nature. During the winter months, the body is best served with stillness and rest.
Winter is a time when we accumulate energy and conserve resources.
Before the holiday season is in full swing, you can assist the body in releasing any chemical or emotional debris that has built up within the system.
When we talk about cleansing, we are not talking about aggressive herbal supplements and harsh laxatives. This way of emptying the bowels can drain the body of its precious reserves and - worse - become habit-forming.
The best way to cleanse before the holidays is to make a few key adjustments in diet and lifestyle. Leave the rest of the work to your body and trust!
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