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Friday, 20 December 2013 13:32

Yoga Practices to Support your Immune System

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Sore throats, runny noses, and fevers, oh my! As the year closes and Winter sets in, people often find a massive shift happening in their bodies. Biologically, we shift with the seasons and the Winter months can be considered a hibernation period. People may find themselves wanting to sleep more, eat more, and retreat into warmth. When the body changes and we do not comply with these changes (i.e. continuing to work long hours and not getting enough sleep) our immune systems can suffer. When the body's internal environment becomes imbalanced, we find ourselves with an onslaught of colds, flus, and even infections.

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Sore throats, runny noses, and fevers, oh my! As the year closes and Winter sets in, people often find a massive shift happening in their bodies. Biologically, we shift with the seasons and the Winter months can be considered a hibernation period. People may find themselves wanting to sleep more, eat more, and retreat into warmth. When the body changes and we do not comply with these changes (i.e. continuing to work long hours and not getting enough sleep) our immune systems can suffer. When the body's internal environment becomes imbalanced, we find ourselves with an onslaught of colds, flus, and even infections.

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