Taking the heat out of summer

Taking the heat out of summer

Summer is a great time of the year, however, it is also very important to take the sun seriously.

Today the sun is very powerful and can be dangerous, that is not to say that you can’t sit outside and take in those rays of vitamin D, but remember the old saying regarding early morning sun and staying out of it at the heat of the day – that would be around 12:00 – 16:00 hrs is very viable.

Taking a shower or a tepid bath is a lovely way to cool down after a day at the pool or beach. Remember to use a good moisturizer and sunscreen at all times.

Drinking lots of fluids is vital, our body needs to keep hydrated and especially in the summer if you are traveling to another country be sure to find out if the water is drinkable and buy some mineral water as soon as you arrive.

Taking the heat out of summer

How to use and take care of your ProgesterAll

  • Keep your cream in a cool place and not above 25 degrees
  • Apply ProgesterAll in areas that the sun will not reach it
  • Apply the cream in different areas each day
  • Do not apply the cream on top of sunscreen or makeup
  • Apply a larger amount on the soles of your feet when you got to bed
  • Leave your cream at home, in a dark cool place
  • If you perspire more than normal, then apply the cream in areas such as inside your bra, on your breasts, underneath, behind your knees, on the inside of your elbows – if you are covered up.

If you haven´t used Natural Progesterone Cream yet, you will always wonder what it could do for you, many women are starting on the hormone balance journey with ProgesterAll and discovering that these symptoms that bother them are slowly subsiding, there is something special about feeling good, and feeling good is what you deserve.

Our resident health expert Dr Jose Mercola provides a wealth of information regarding natural therapies and in-depth investigations and research into health articles and issues. Dr. Mercola is a renown medical doctor and natural therapist. This week we are discussing the sun and its benefits and dangers. What Dr Mercola’s say about “the sun”

Full Spectrum Hemp Oil – SativaSana

Taking the heat out of summer

CBD oil is very popular at the moment, even though it has been around for hundreds of years.

It is vital that you understand exactly how to use the product you are using, and that the consultant who supplies it; genuinely knows about the product and can advise the correct dosage depending on your symptoms and health issues.

Women Wellness Guide and Mi Vida Natural supply only tested and top-class products, they are not involved in any MLM business suppliers and are recommended for hormone balance and associated illnesses. Read more about CBD on our sister website: CBD oil for me, my family and pets.

ProgesterAll – Natural Balancing Cream

Women deserve to live their lives free of uncomfortable symptoms that hormone imbalance brings. Chemical hormones are now becoming the second alternative – there is an easier way to balance the female hormones – with a healthy balanced diet, daily exercise – even a short walk or some gentle stretching exercises, a good night’s rest, association with good company and most of all regular use of Natural Progesterone Balancing Cream ProgesterAll.

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Some of the symptoms associated with hormone imbalance

  • Anxiety & Mood Swings
  • Hot Flushes &  Night Sweats
  • Osteoporosis & Endometriosis
  • Infertility & Breast Cancer
  • Vaginal Dryness & Low Libido
  • Tension Headaches & Migraines
  • Depression  & Fatigue

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