Beating the Summer blues and avoiding the flu

The summer sun is over, we’re halfway through Sober October and we no longer have an excuse for an after-work rooftop beverage!

Autumn doesn’t have to be so blue. This is the time of year, with pumpkin spice lattes and soups making their way back into your diet. 



As the clocks go forward your body is adjusting to the change in temperature and trying to defend you against catching a seasonal cold and flu, but it is important that you feel 100% you.

So where do you start? 

Having a strong foundation with a healthy immune system can be beneficial, helping to defend you against infections. 

Along with the change in seasons, for many people, this comes with a change in mood. How do the seasons affect your mood? 

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is when your mood is affected by the changing of the seasons with less light and shorter days. Symptoms of SAD include low energy levels, less optimism, less motivation and difficulty concentrating.


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Managing stress can have a huge impact on your immune system and increased stress can reduce resistance to fighting off infections.  87% can be used to help manage and reduce stress levels and help create awareness of lifestyle patterns that may be contributing to stress.  

Some implementations can be used to reduce and prevent symptoms of SAD.

This includes light therapy, exercise and sufficient intake of key nutrients. 

For people with SAD and non-seasonal depression, bright light therapy has been used as an effective intervention. Artificial light can alter the levels of the stress hormone cortisol which can change the expression of many genes which are involved in inflammation in the body. 

We want to promote a healthy lifestyle as a means of looking after your health and care for your body’s needs. It is important to make sure you look after your body and mind to promote good health and help you fight illness. 


Interventions which can help to support the immune system include having a healthy gut, reducing consumption of high sugar foods and ensuring you get plenty of sleep. 

Your digestive system and immune system are intrinsically linked which is why having a healthy gut supports a healthy immune system. Foods which are high in sugar can impact the uptake of vitamin C, thereby impacting the immune system.

Making sleep and rest a priority can often be difficult, but it is one of the best things you can do for your immune system. 

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Feeling good on the inside helps you to look great on the out! However, summer blues can often get the better of your mood too. The change in seasons and temperature is something that impacts mood. Keeping your spirits high can be influenced by sufficient nutrient intake, which can help to reduce symptoms of stress and anxiety. 

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If you notice that your mood changes drastically with the seasons, try to ensure you are looking after other aspects of your health including your gut, making time for sleep and consuming key nutrients. Seasons may affect your mood but there is plenty you can do about it and we are here to help you. 

Let’s embrace Autumn with positivity and health! 

Autumn Happy