The cooler weather seems to bring its own set of challenges for the animal signs, although most tend to fare much better than the previous month, says Chinese metaphysics consultant and life transformational coach, Esther Chook.
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Tigers born in February and September could feel the lingering after-effects of previous respiratory illnesses such as asthma or COVID-19. You may experience symptoms like dry mouth and throat, wheezing, as well as heaty palms and soles of the feet, but staying well hydrated and keeping away from allergy triggers should help. You may also feel grief and sadness especially if going through personal conflicts, so surround yourself with positive people.
Things are looking up a little for Rabbits, but those born in March and September could be prone to gastrointestinal issues such as constipation, loose stools, and abdominal pain. It may also be a tricky period for major relationship decisions as you could be overcome with feelings of regret, betrayal, and inability to let go of the past. Remember like all things, these will soon pass, and if they don’t, perhaps it’s time to visit a mental health professional.
As we enter cooler, wetter weather you may be more prone to lung and skin-related issues such as asthma, coughs, eczema, and cirrhosis. Older Dragons may experience frequent urination at night plus foul breath. Increase your physical activity and avoid sitting for long periods of time if you want to avoid lower back issues. Dragon children may be more reserved and less enthusiastic than usual, so encourage them if you must, but without being pushy.
Prolonged coughing and throat sensitivity may be a problem for those born in May, September, and November. You may also be more sensitive to the cold, feel tired more easily, dizzy, and suffer from bouts of backache, diarrhoea and poor appetite. Boost your immunity with Vitamin C, sufficient water intake, and regular exercise.
Things are looking up this month for the Horse, but women born in June could face problems related to menstruation, such as heavy bleeding or more severe pre-menstrual Syndrome (PMS). If you are concerned, consult your gynaecologist.
September brings more mental and emotional stability for Goats. You will have a lot more time to rest and rejuvenate this month compared to previous months, so make the most of it!
Monkeys born in February and August may find a recurrence of prior health issues related to the bladder, such as Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), particularly if they have been left untreated for some time. So don’t let it fester and consult a urologist if you are concerned. Otherwise, Monkeys are set to have a smooth-sailing month.
Roosters, particularly those born in September, should pay close attention to problems involving their feet, back, and joints, and increased sensitivity to the cold. Fertility levels are still low, so couples may find it difficult to conceive. You are more prone to panicking so be aware of your personal triggers and find ways to navigate them.
Dogs born in August, September, and October may experience skin-related problems such as rashes, eczema, and dry and sensitive skin. The colder weather could also result in dry coughs. It’s important to hydrate and keep your skin moisturised to keep these issues under control.
Pigs born in November, December and January may experience cold feet, shoulder, and aches in the upper back. Your mind may be more restless and easily prone to confusion and doubts; when that happens, take a deep breath and step back for a moment. A good night’s sleep can help clear the head too!
It is advisable for Rats to take a break from their usual routine and focus on rest, to avoid carrying forward unwanted health problems from the previous month. You may also find yourself more anxious, restless, and insecure; so perhaps it is wise to step back and unwind before making any major life decisions this month.
Ox natives born in November, December and January may experience dizzy spells, blurred vision, tinnitus and insomnia, while those born in February, March and April could experience joint and body aches and gout. Women may face more intense pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS), so if you can, make some me-time at that time of month.