Holy barometric pressure changes! Who knows what to wear when it’s 58 degrees one day and 30 degrees the next! And, forget about your head. My sinuses have been cranky because, quite frankly, I think they are confused, lol!
So many of my clients have been coming in with similar complaints; I had to share this with you. The quick changes in barometric pressure, along with the recent snow and rain storms have caused both me and my clients to feel-
• super tired
• sinus and headaches
• restless and unable to sleep
With the storms that have been passing through the east, the extra pressure has caused holes in many peoples auric fields, which can cause symptoms of fatigue, foggy headedness, headaches and pressure. Repair your field, and get more grounded in your body with this exercise below.
The stress of the political changes and the quick changes in barometric pressure is overstimulating many people’s electrical systems and causing restlessness, nervous-wired energy and insomnia. Try the exercise below to help you exhale, calm your nerves and sleep more peacefully through the night.
If you are experiencing sinus and head pressure, try this exercise to help alleviate it.
So much love,