In the past few weeks, we have seen life as we know it turned upside down. Our foundations, and much of what we considered to be our basic reality, have been badly shaken. Remaining buoyant in the face of chaos and maintaining equilibrium in the midst of turbulence on this global scale is something few of us have had much experience with.
As we face the onslaught of the coronavirus together, following the CDC guidelines, especially social distancing, washing your hands frequently, and wiping down surfaces are absolutely essential. But what is also essential and is not being recommended enough unfortunately, are self care tips that can help people fortify their bodies against opportunistic invaders.
Though there may be countless factors chipping away at our sleep, one of the most overlooked is how we manage our exposure to light. The wrong type of light at the wrong time can trigger sleep hormones when you need to be alert, and vice versa, putting you woefully out of circadian sync.
Uggh. Sinusitis? Again? Yes, sinus infections are easy to get. Just about anything that gets in the way of airflow into your sinuses, or in the way of mucus trying to drain out, will easily put you on the sinusitis path.