The new Naturheilzentrum Bottrop newsletter is here!
Stay healthy and happy - even in the cold season and despite the Coronavirus
It’s that time of year again – the new Naturheilzentrum Bottrop newsletter is now online. Not subscribed yet? If you haven't subscribed to the newsletter yet, you can do so directly or view it in the newsletter section of the website via this link.
The Coronavirus pandemic has defined the lives and thereby the daily routines of every one of us since Spring 2020. This is precisely why many People are not only yearning to be closer to each other in winter, but also want information with genuine added value on how to lead a healthier life.
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The huge attention that is currently being paid to the topic of health can and should have a very positive effect on the post-Coronavirus era, because it entails a real chance to make the best of the situation. For Farid Zitoun and Christian Rüger, Managers at Naturheilzentrum Bottrop (NABO), the pandemic offers some possibilities for sustainable positive changes to your Personal lifestyle:
"This raging pandemic presents a wholly individual challenge for everyone: some are afraid of it, others feel it is all exaggerated, and a third group of People think it’s just awful, especially for those directly affected and their relatives. But you also have to say that something good has come out of the whole thing, depending on how you look at it. Never before has the issue of health been the undivided focus of public attention for so long. Perhaps this will even encourage more People to focus more on their health in general and, as a result, perhaps adopt a healthier lifestyle – at least that’s what I’d like many People to do. We’ve seen at the naturopathic practice that more patients are getting support in this area," says Zitoun.
Staying informed - it pays off in terms of health
Focusing on People and their health is one of the core competencies and motivations at NABO. For this reason and against this background, the team behind the naturopathic practice not only publishes newsletters, but also regularly provides exciting reports in the news and blog section of the website.
And this is freely accessible to everyone – moreover, the two founders of Naturheilzentrum Bottrop get to the core of many topics in the fields of health and lifestyle as well as sustainability in their videos on the Naturheilzentrum Bottrop YouTube channel.
Meanwhile, the naturopath, Christian Rüger provides useful as well as practical tips for winter and thus the cold season to those who are interested: "Winter is known to be the cold and flu season, which is quite normal. This year, however, many People with cold symptoms have immediately become concerned that they may have been infected with Covid-19. Anyone who suspects that they have the virus should contact their primary care physician in the first instance, or find out from the relevant health authority what procedure should be followed, so that further measures can be discussed or taken immediately."
If the situation has been clarified with the treating physician, sufferers can also find support with complementary-medicine remedies: "In the case of a normal cold, there are various naturopathic home remedies that can alleviate symptoms. There are recommended articles on this topic, including one about herbs for use against colds, which is well worth reading. One good example of such a herb is Icelandic moss for dry coughs. Hence, there are many good things that you can do to support yourself. Basically, resting at home, avoiding stress and physical exertion, staying warm and drinking a lot is a good first step," says Rüger.
With these and other tips, everyone will be able to live through the Coronavirus Winter of 2020/2021 a bit better and safer. To ensure that physical well-being is also taken into account, the new newsletter also contains as a special tidbit: a delicious recipe tip for your own culinary anticipation? You’re in for a surprise – take a look right here. It's well worth it!