Staying Healthy this Fall

| Categorized: Vancouver Naturopathic Medicine.

Fall is undeniably the season of cold and flu. It is a transitional season – not only weather-wise but for most people this can be a time when we change up the school and/or work routines as well. It can be a lot for the body to keep up with. There are a few tips based in Naturopathic Medicine that you can keep in mind this Fall to boost that immune system and keep you going strong.The article 5 Ways to Keep the Whole Family Healthy this Fall breaks down, you guessed it, five simple things to be aware of as we go through the season.

  1. Get a good night’s sleep
  2. Calm jittery energy
  3. Eat what’s in season
  4. Have a real tea party
  5. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate

Click on the article link above to explore a little further into these recommendations. It sounds simple enough but it is sometimes these foundations of good health that we let slip. Seeing as we’re just creeping back into those Vancouver days of greyer skies and more rain, it seems like a good time to remind ourselves of what we need to keep our bodies strong and our energy up!

If you have any questions about the cold and flu season, immune system support, concerns with seasonal mood changes, a Naturopathic Doctor is an amazing resource. With an immense range of natural treatment options, remedy plans, and a rigorous education in the complexities of human anatomy and physiology, and nutrition, a Naturopathic Doctor can help uncover the distinct cause of your symptoms and promote continued well-being throughout the rest of the year!

Broadway Wellness in Vancouver, BC is home to two fantastic Naturopathic Doctors: Dr. Krista Moyer and Dr. Mark Cseszko. Click on their names to learn more about them and their practices. Broadway Wellness is an established multi-disciplinary clinic serving the Fairview area of Vancouver since 2004. Come and visit our caring, professional, welcoming team in our beautiful new location at the corner of Willow St and West Broadway!


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