In the first half of 2015 the Bulls will be focused on their own health, immune system and life energy. Everything that helps treat chronic conditions and improve overall health will be of much interest to you. In the first half of the year you should pay special attention to respiratory illnesses and urinary tract diseases. You may notice unusual symptoms that have not been of a concern to you before. Be prepared to have a complete health checkup done in order to discover the true reason of your condition - this will take quite some time and effort. The second half of 2015 doesn't seem to promise any health complications; you can certainly hope that everything you did in the winter and spring to improve your health will surely yield positive results and your body will overall be in a much better shape.
The periods in 2015 to be particularly cautious about are:
February 21-March 31. During this time you should pay special attention to the ailments that could have a latent form. A condition as simple as cold may result in a serious complications; so, don't be a hero when it is not required and take a sick day to property address your illness and minimize the damage to your health. The slightest fever during this time is a reason to go see a doctor.
June 25-August 8. During this time the risk of injuries is getting higher; chronic ailments are exacerbating and infectious diseases are possible. The main reason for your poor health during this period will be rooted in your excessive fatigue. Getting some rest will be able to help you re-energize and improve your health.
November 13-December 31. Even a minor cold may be hard on you and result in complications during this time. Be prepared for the necessity to support your body with vitamins, hot lemon teas and warm clothes appropriate for the season. Take particular care of your lower back and try to avoid sharp temperature changes.
During mid-August -end of 2015 there may be some chronic condition exacerbations. When choosing a doctor, evaluate their competency. There is a high danger of becoming a victim of a doctor's negligence: wrong diagnosis or poorly prescribed treatment.