Immune System

Tulsa’s Changing Weather, Exercise to Stay Healthy

This weekend will be the first dip into fall temperatures, causing many to reach into the back of their closets for that light jacket or coat they have not seen in several months. With highs in the 100 to 90 degree range only a few short weeks ago, our bodies are sensitive to not only a change in temperate, but also humidity and pressure. One of the best ways we can help our bodies adjust to seasonal changes in temperature and weather is to be active and exercise, boosting our immune system, circulation and overall mood.