WAYS TO AVOID A COLD OR A FLU.Posted by: amazingkozi | Posted on: December 31, 2019
- Wash your hands as much as you possibly can. Hand Washing Reduces Your Chance of Catching a Cold by 45% … Handwashing with soap is widely seen as the most effective way to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria – and avoid infections.
- Don’t touch your face. Keep your hands off your face to keep the flu virus at bay. Resist the urge. Little habits — touching eyes, putting finger to nose, biting nails — give the flu virus a welcome mat into your system.
- Get enough sleep. Turns out, getting a good night’s sleep may help fight off that nasty cold.Sleep strengthens your immune system to target and attack cells that contain viruses.
- Get your flu shot.
- Eat enough fruits and vegetables.Eating plenty of fruit and veg every day should give us enough vitamin C to support the healthy function of the immune system.
- Work outregularly.Moderate amounts of aerobic exercise such as jogging, brisk walking and cycling during the cold and flu season boost the body’s defenses against viruses and bacteria.
- Keep your distance from sick people.Those droplets can spread out to about 6 feet. So, keep your distance, if you can. People are most contagious when they first have symptoms like a runny nose, cough, or body aches.
- Keep hand sanitizer on hand.Hand sanitizers are tremendously effective in preventing the spread of the seasonal flu, colds and other viral- and bacterial-based diseases.
- Chicken Soup.It helps clear nasal congestion as well as thin mucus so you can better cough it up.Also,it may have a mild anti-inflammatory effect than can help ease symptoms.
2.Broths.Similar to chicken soup, broths are excellent sources of hydration while you’re sick.
3.Garlic.Garlic reduces the risk of becoming sick in the first place, as well as how long you stay sick.It can prevent infection inside or outside the body.Raw garlic has antibacterial and antiviral properties.
5.Hot Tea.A cup of hot tea is an age-old balm for sniffles, sneezing and stuffiness. Hot liquids help loosen secretions in the chest and sinuses, making them easier to expel and ultimately clearing up congestion.
6.Honey.It has antimicrobial properties, which may allow it to fight some bacteria and viruses.
8.Spicy Foods.They can help ease congested nasal passages, help with breathing problems from bronchitis, and relieve flu symptoms, too.