Each season throughout the year has energetic forces that you have to adapt to, physically and emotionally. So let’s take a look at what to keep an eye out for throughout autumn - the Metal season.
Feeling a Little Melancholy?
On the emotional health side, there is a tendency to feel a touch of melancholy every year in autumn. This includes feelings of sadness and depression. These kinds of feelings tend to come when we shift back to standard time, and the days grow shorter.
Did you know that in autumn, if your lungs are weak, you may be predisposed to feeling sad?
Signs of the Season
During autumn, you always need to be mindful of the health of your lungs and large intestine, and be vigilant in noticing weaknesses like:
Recognize and Manage Stress
Intense jolts, or prolonged periods of stress can undermine the strength of your immune system and leave you vulnerable to illness. Many of us today are suffering from the cumulative impact of pervasive stress, caused by worries about terrorism, finances, a suspect food supply, environmental pollution, among others - all in addition to the “normal” day-to-day pressures of living. Considering this, it’s important to become more conscientious about improving and maintaining the strength of your immune system.
What You Can Do
You have built-in capacities to become and stay healthy, and there are things you can do to build your resistance to illness.
Here are a few suggestions for staying healthy this autumn: