I don’t know about you, but my summer months are filled with tons of hot days and cold nights (well, really just some warm days and a few cold ones). Summer is the time when the sun warms up to near 100° and the air is so muggy you sweat. I’m always so out of breath, I’m sure you can imagine what it feels like to walk into a room and feel so out of sorts.
As long as there is a strong wind, the heat will keep you warm. But when temperatures rise above 100 degrees, the heat increases. Most people have a problem with their bodies having to warm up. It makes them feel tired, irritable, and generally not in the best shape of their lives. And when the sun is shining, it is beautiful. But when it’s overcast or raining, it looks like you are in a sauna.
The winter season is when most of us are feeling like the end of the world is around the corner. But in the depths of winter, that sun shining out of the rain may look like the end of the world. It may look like the sun is dying. In fact, it may look like you are walking on a desert with no water. And when the wind blows, it sounds like the cry of a tortured soul trying to tell the world how much it loves them.
The cold and wet season is one of the many things that make winter a very treacherous time for people. The cold and wet season is not only the coldest time, it is the time when the sun is at its lowest most powerful state. It is the time of the year when the world is most vulnerable to things like frostbite, blizzards, and the most devastating storms.
And that’s just the physical side of it. There is also the mental side of winter. The mental side of winter is that the wind is so strong, it can change the very way your brain works. This is because the wind, like most things, is made up of molecules. When cold air hits your brain, it actually makes the molecules in your brain change. And this is one of the reasons why people who have suffered from head injuries often are unable to handle cold weather.
I actually do get a little bit of cold-related head trauma on occasion, but that’s not the worst of it. The worst, and most damaging, is that cold and winter can actually slow down your brain’s reaction time. This can cause people to fall into a trance-like state, completely forget that they’re not going to get ice-hard, and try to drive through the snow to get to work.
For many of us, winter is the worst season of the year. The cold, wet, and dark days really do slow down the speed of your cognitive processes. It’s also the season when our immune system is most vulnerable. We are more susceptible to colds and flu, and as such, are more likely to get them during the winter. Because we are more susceptible to such things, we do have to be extra careful about which foods we eat in winter.
The most common culprit for a cold or flu season is the common cold. It is more likely to happen in winter than any other season because of the temperature, humidity, and the amount of time spent outdoors. This is particularly true for young children and the elderly. In fact, winter is the worst season for colds, flu, and other related illnesses since the colder the air the stronger the immune response.
And that’s why we can’t eat raw fish, the stuff that supposedly has the “best” immune system. It’s because the fish is actually more likely to have a bad reaction to it. The good news is that there are a few foods that we can’t eat that we should. These foods are not actually bad for us, they just affect how our immune system works.
The oldie but goodie is a vitamin that is only taken in winter. It is a co-factor in our immune system, which makes it important that we are getting enough of it. But it can also create health problems, especially for the elderly. There are a few different foods that are especially good for the elderly and it’s all relative. Some foods are good at giving you energy, but others are good for your brain.