It is true: children are back to school and the weather is getting a little cooler. You know what this means, right? Fu and cold season approaches us.
Wait! WHAT? Cold and flu "season?" Seriously?
According to the CDC, flu "season" occurs from Nov - March. And not just theflu, but the common cold, stomach "bugs," sore throats, and ear infections increase at this time of year.
Is taking your vitamin C, getting enough sleep, and hand washing really going to prevent these from occurring?
The one word answer is NO and this is why.
Each of these "sicknesses" (cold, flu, stomach "bugs," sore throats and ear infections) are the healing or recovery phases from a conflict shock.
This means that something was unexpected and distressing which causes a Biological Program to begin with the sole purpose of ensuring our survival.
This conflict shock occurs regardless if you're taking vitamin C, getting enough sleep and handwashing.
So why is there an increase in these symptoms at this time of year? I have my hypotheses (I'm sure there are more) which are:
Any one of these can impact the psyche which then turns on a Biological Program that has physical symptoms in the healing phases including:If you'd like to know what the conflict shocks are for each of these, click the links above to read about each one.
Two tips on how to stay healthy this fall & winter
Some common conflict areas include:
These are suggestions to get you thinking of your potential triggers and also practical solutions.
While taking your vitamin C, getting enough sleep, and washing your hands are fine activities to do, they do not prevent an unexpected Conflict Shock with its subsequent Healing/Recovery Phase (which is what we call, 'being sick).
The number one thing to do to stay healthy is to recognize when you're upset and find a solution to it as soon as you can!
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