How To Get Ready For The Turkey Trot

February 22nd, 2016

How To Get Ready For The Turkey Trot

   Whether you are planning on serving Turkey or Turducken, the holidays are just around the corner, which means It will be flying to back to my old hood, where Mom, Motown, and the Motor City all abide. My son also lives there with his family, and we always do The Big Eat.


Thats the good part.


Don't be a turkey take care of your health

Don’t be a turkey take care of your health

Here are a couple of recommendations to try and stave off the holiday bugs.


1)     Start taking Vitamin C days before your flight. Four to six grams per day twice a day should be good.

2)     Drink a lot of water before boarding and while you’re in the air. (I know you alll have to use the restroom, but it’s better than getting sick.

3)     Get up early and workout before your flight. make sure you do some deep breathing exercises.

4)     Dress in layers so you can add or peel if you get hot or cold.


Hours and hours on a plane can also cause your body to have aches and pains. The most common are backaches and neck pain.  I beat this by getting up early and getting in my Recharging Qigong exercises.


The three exercises that I use are the Instant Power Reset, the Head Rotation,

And the Neck Brace.


You may also include the Ankle Rotation, or Toe Rotation, if you have poor circulation.


If you want to beat jet lag, I follow these rules.


1)     No hootch. It dries you out.

2)     Limit the java. It causes nervousness, anxiety, and insomnia.

3)     Drink plenty of water. Don’t wait until you are thirsty.


You can also reset your biological clock.


If you are in Miami, come see me and get an Energy Balancing treatment. And then get yourself some natural sunlight, which helps balance the body.


Do your Recharging Qigong exercises in the sun, which will help your body recover.


All this, and much more is available at:


Have a good and safe holiday, and I wish you the best in health, wealth, and happiness.


Dr. Wu Dhi


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