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Cold Catching Avoidance Measures

By Tara Fisher

Everyone hates to catch a cold, and winter is here already and you may be finding it hard to keep the germs away. You are at your most vulnerable during winter so I have compiled a few bits of advice to get you fit for fighting off the bug.

Everyone is different and every bug is different as well, and there are never any guarantees or any magical cures for your cold but they sometimes work and they might just do the trick for you.

Sleep is something we are all deprived of in this busy world we live in today but it is the most essential part of keeping healthy. A serious lack of sleep doesn’t do your immune system any good and will inevitably lead to illness.

When your body is most tired, it’s an a weak state and most vulnerable to a cold. A full night’s rest on a regular basis will reduce your chances of getting sick.

If you have travelled by bus or train or been to a place where there were a lot of people then it’s a good idea to wash your hands regularly. Germs spread around via the most unlikely of surfaces and it’s best to keep them at bay with a good wash.

Sanitizing gel is a great way to keep your hands clean when you don’t have access to running water or soap. They usually come in a handy portable size that you can keep in your bag or pocket but don’t just forget it’s there, use it as often as you need to.

The most important thing is to keep yourself topped up on fruits. Fruits hold all the vital nutrients that will help your immune system to fight off the bugs plus eating the right fruits will give you a burst of energy throughout the day.

Try these things out and your bodies will definitely be in better shape. Hopefully they’ll be strong enough to fight off the threat of any cold!

This writer also often contributes articles on the meat band saw and how to buy organic meat online.

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Fisher, Tara "Cold Catching Avoidance Measures." Cold Catching Avoidance Measures. 3 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 7 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/reference-and-education/science/cold-catching-avoidance-measures/>.

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