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Studies have found strong links between an individual's birth month and a higher risk of certain diseases. For instance, spring babies may be more prone to developing heart diseases while winter babies face a higher risk of developing mental illnesses. While the exact connection is yet to be found, researchers believe that this has plenty to do with factors like exposure to vitamin D and seasonal allergens like dust mites.
For better digestion, skin care, and higher metabolism, warm water is best. In fact, it's also great for relieving congestion when you have a cough or cold. Cold water, on the other hand, is great for post-exercise rehydration because our bodies absorb cold water better when dehydrated. It's also the best in warmer weather to decrease body temperature and prevent water loss through sweating.
Cracked lips and dark colored urine are signs alarming enough to indicate your body is in need of water. While drinking water consistently throughout the day is the easiest solution, making other lifestyle changes also helps. Some of them are, avoiding diuretics, dressing up according to the weather, replenishing the lost electrolytes with sports drinks and snacking right.
Hibernation may bring to mind visions of a bear lazily sleeping away a cold winter, but there’s much more to it than meets the eye. What has for centuries been a survival tactic for several species is now being studied by hibernation biologists for application to humans. So can we, as humans, really hibernate? And should we?
Boil 2 cups of water and 2 tbs of fresh or dried corn silk in a pot with lid on. As soon as it boils, simmer for 10 mins. Turn off the heat and let the silk soak in water for 30 mins. Strain the mix, drink at room temperature or re-heat it and consume. Corn silk is anti-inflammatory and soothes the inner lining of the uterus to prevent and treat UTI.
Keep a diary of your migraines. Get enough sleep. Exercise regularly. Eat regular meals. Drink plenty of water. Limit stress. Try alternative therapies. Incorporate coffee, cayenne, flaxseed, fish, vitamin B12 rich foods and magnesium rich foods. Herbal supplements like ginger root work well.