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It's almost time for the seasons to start changing. Fall will quickly be upon us, bringing with it cooler temperatures and health woes associated with them. Here are a few tips to help you stay healthy while the leaves are changing colors:

  • Stay Hydrated. While it is cooler outside, we don't sweat as much. This leads many people to cut back on the amount of water we might normally drink since we're not likely to be outside, working, and getting thirsty. Make sure you're getting enough water and not becoming dehydrated.
  • Wash Your Hands. This may seem like an obvious tip, but it's one that many of us forget. During this time of year, the common cold becomes increasingly more common. Make sure to wash your hands thoroughly and regularly and to cover your mouth while coughing to keep from spreading and catching any germs that might be floating around.
  • Get Plenty of Sleep. Sleep is essential for looking and feeling your best. Deep sleep can even help your body fight off colds or the flu as the season turns. Make sure you're consistently getting enough rest so that your body is prepared for the cooler months.

I know these are common sense tips, but you can use these tips to help yourself and your family stay healthy this fall. Also, please share them with your friends, family, and co-workers so that you can inform them and keep those you care about happy and healthy too!

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