It’s time for the animal signs to boost their immunity, manage their diets and get their lifestyles in check, as we enter the last quarter of 2022. Chinese metaphysics consultant and life transformational coach, Esther Chook, shares her insights.
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Tigers born in the month of February, June and October may find their body temperatures rising, and experience palpitations, excessive sweating, dry coughs, chest pains and even nose bleeds. You may feel overwhelmed with sadness, anger and get easily frustrated, so find a way to calm your mind and disengage from negative triggers.
Rabbits have quite a smooth-sailing month; however, those born in March and September may experience lingering issues pertaining to the lungs, rashes, as well as lowered immunity, resulting in recurring flus and colds. Boost your daily intake of vitamin C and keep your diet and water intake in check!
Apart from some minor bloating, water retention and digestive issues, the Snake has little to worry about this month. Watch what you eat and avoid over-eating to keep your digestive system problem-free.
The Horse may experience some heart palpitations and bouts of forgetfulness, which should be temporary. If you have a history of hypertension, pay close attention to your diet, lifestyle, and ensure your medications are up to date to avoid a recurrence or worsening of symptoms.
Goats born in May, June and July may have trouble regulating their body temperature. They may also experience urinary problems, hot flushes, and muscle aches. Make sure you get sufficient hydration and spend more time stretching before and after exercise.
September Roosters may experience back pain, cold feet, and a bout of viral or bacterial infections due to a weakened immune system. Women are likely to experience more severe pre-menstrual cramps and mood swings this month. You may feel more fearful, anxious or suspicious about people you meet.
If you’re born in February, June, September or October, you may face problems involving the chest, stiff neck and shoulders, nausea, vomiting and vertigo. You may experience mood swings – from being highly-charged and gregarious, to completely reserved and withdrawn. Managing your stress levels, getting adequate rest, and journaling could help you deal with physical and emotional stressors.
As temperatures drop this month, you may develop persistent and recurring flus and colds, and phlegm and chesty coughs, particularly if your immune system has taken a beating from stress or lack of sleep. Delegate chores and tasks to manage stress, focus on getting your diet and exercise routine on track, and boost your intake of Vitamin C.
You may experience stiffness and tightness in your joints and muscles, particularly if you’re an exercise buff born in January, November or December. Stretch well before exercise and take time to cool down post-exercise, or visit a physiotherapist to loosen up those knots. Digestive problems like gas and bloating may also emerge. It’s not the best time to embark on life-changing endeavours as you will feel skittish, easily discouraged and unable to focus and make decisions.
Those born in January, July and October may experience joint pains, numbness, cramps, and tingling along the lower extremities including the feet, calf and hamstrings. If they persist, visit a physician to get a proper examination. Leaving it untreated could lead to more severe symptoms like dizziness, palpitations and insomnia.