This time of year, we typically focus on being thankful for our friends and family. Equally as important, we need to take time to care for ourselves. Although we had some rain, the wildfires in Northern and Southern California degraded our air quality severely. The Golden Heart Fund 4.9k and half marathon at Levis Stadium was cancelled due to the heavy smoke.
The effects on our skin and lungs can be drastic. Our breathing became shallow during that time, out of instinct. Please take time out of your day to breathe deeply, allowing your lymph to move. Shallow breathing stagnates our lymph which can lead to other health problems. For your skin, please read this article on how to care for yourself after breathing in and being exposed to all that congested air: A HOLISTIC GUIDE TO YOUR HEALTH AFTER THE CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES