There is strong research on our ability to prevent getting colds & the flu. One, for nearly all people, we recommend getting the flu shot (please check with your physician first). Next, a healthy body can fight off a cold or flu virus before it infects you, in many cases. By strengthening the body and the immune system, you can fight and keep the illness at bay. Here’s how:
Well, Winter is coming! And there is more cold on the way. Instead of buying a 550 fill down coat to wear at work or hiding under a pile of blankets while the rest of the family comfortably enjoys the ambient temperature, focus on fixing the root cause! There’s a high chance that your thyroid function may be low. Luckily this is something that is easily tested for, and, for the most part, is easily treatable! Good news.
Things didn’t use to be so difficult to accomplish. It didn’t use to be impossible to make it through a day at work. Now you find it almost impossible to get through a load of laundry. You are so tired all of the time. You are just hoping your disability is approved so you can live.
The common cold robs us of our days, lowers our energy, and leaves us feeling generally unwell. The common cold is spread either by direct contact with infected secretions from contaminated surfaces or by inhaling the airborne virus after individuals sneeze or cough. Person-to-person transmission often occurs when an individual who has a cold blows or touches their nose and then touches someone or something else.
No one wants to get sick—not before their trip or during their trip. Well, how do you avoid or minimize your chances of getting sick? There are plenty of ways! In this article, we will discuss 5 things you can do before your trip and during your travel excursions.