In Chinese medicine, one must look at different environmental factors such as cold, heat, dry, damp, wind, and pay attention to how it reflects in the body.
If it’s warmer outside, you’re going to experience more circulation in your body while winter months could lead to less circulation. This gives professionals like Dr. Lily Bonart (Acupuncturist at the Center for Health & Wellbeing) clues as to what might be causing problems such as indigestion, and even infertility.
In this video, Dr. Bonart sheds light on the importance of staying warm from a traditional Chinese medical perspective during the colder months.
By the end of this video you’ll have a better understanding of how the weather impacts your body and what you can do about it (with specifics on what you can wear, eat, and drink!) to help support you through any problems you might be experiencing.
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