Keeping warm in winter

By: Dr. Ayesha Qureshi, ND

Canadians are finally bestowed with face numbing Arctic winds. The good news is Canada’s celebrity groundhog, Willie, predicts only six more weeks of winter (fingers crossed).

The following strategies will help you keep warm for the remaining winter:

Add contrast showers to your daily showering routine
After your regular warm shower, alternating between cold […]

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