It seemed that winter had passed and warm spring was coming, but the cold springtime that made me jealous of spring lasted for a while. In the case of Korea, in the spring, when the cold and dry Siberian high pressure grows temporarily, the northwest monsoon blows and the temperature goes down. During the period of adaptation to changes in the body, the body is placed in a state of physiological imbalance, which may weaken the immune system and cause fatigue. Because of this, you can be easily exposed to diseases such as colds, so you need to pay more attention to your health during the changing seasons.

How to manage seasonal health to boost immunity

1. Dress warmly.

During the changing seasons, you should not wear thin clothes as the temperature difference between days is large. If you wear thin clothes to keep you warm during the day, you will not be able to cope with the sudden chilly weather in the evening. That’s why it’s a good idea to take off when the weather is warm and carry a coat that you can put on when it gets cold again.

2. Do light outdoor activities.

You should not stay indoors because of the changing season weather. It may not be good to go out for a long time, but do not cringe because of the cold and activate the body’s metabolism through light outdoor activities to make our body healthy.

3. Maintain cleanliness and pay attention to room ventilation.

Wash your hands often, and when you return home after going out, wash your body thoroughly and brush your teeth. In addition, you need to clean the room more often and provide sufficient ventilation as the respiratory mucosa becomes sensitive due to the dry air in the changing seasons, making it easy to suffer from allergic diseases such as rhinitis, bronchitis, and asthma.

4. Drink water often.

During the changing seasons, you need to drink water frequently so that waste products accumulated in the body are smoothly discharged and metabolism is activated. In addition, since yellow dust occurs a lot and the concentration of fine dust in the air is much higher than usual, it is necessary to keep our throats clean by drinking a lot of water. It is better to drink several portions rather than drinking a lot of water at once, and warm water is better than cold water.

5. Get enough sleep and avoid overwork.

During the changing seasons, when the daily temperature difference is severe, fatigue substances accumulate more in our body. Also, irregular or insufficient sleep time can further weaken the immune system. Therefore, during the changing seasons, we need 7 to 8 hours of sleep a day, and avoid overwork caused by daily life or excessive exercise that makes our body tired.

6. Eat foods that boost immunity.

Vegetables and fruits rich in vitamins are effective in protecting the body from various viruses in the changing seasons. In particular, vitamins B and C enhance the immune system of our body and help recover from fatigue, so it is recommended to increase immunity by consuming enough foods rich in vitamins B and C.

7. Do light exercise regularly.

Light exercise that is not hard on one’s own body increases the immune system of our body and helps to sleep well. Therefore, even if it is bothersome, regular light exercise is a great help in managing your health during the changing seasons.

We protect our body and mind with a positive mind along with the seasonal health management method to increase immunity to maintain a healthy and active life. If symptoms such as cold or fatigue continue during the changing season, it is recommended to visit a hospital and receive treatment through an accurate diagnosis.

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