How to Exercise Summer-Style

Traditional Asian Medicine (TAM) views the body as part of the animal kingdom and subject to the rhythms of nature. Whether you believe in evolution or intelligent design, our bodies were developed to interact and be in sync with the natural world. Modern living tends to dramatically filter out nature and its associated rhythms. We modify our environment to fit our comfort with electric lights, A/C and heating, etc., leading to changes in sleep patterns and other lifestyle behaviors that are out of sync with nature. According to TAM, these disruptions in our biorhythms lead to disease.

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What Does Traditional Asian Medicine Recommend on How to Stay Cool and Hydrated in Summer?

No one wants to be a victim of heat-related illnesses when you’re out in the sun and having a great time. The good news is that with planning and preparation it is easy to avoid overheating and dehydration. When summers are long, hot, and humid, we all have repeated opportunities to practice prevention before the hottest days emerge late in summer. Take time to check the heat and humidity levels outdoors and make sure that you and family members have enough water.

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