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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

5 Spring Cold Remedies for Families

When someone in my family get a cold, inevitably, I will too. It doesn't matter what I do, I cannot escape it.  So I try to ensure my family will not get sick and if they do, well I just get prepared to have my bout of being under the weather.

And we know that colds happen year round and affects every family.

So, I want to share these remedies that can help your family

Remedies for the Spring Cold 

1) Make sure you drink a lot of Vitamin C.
Try drinking cold drinks such as orange juice or grapefruit juice

 2) Keep Cold-EEZE Oral Spray or lozenges in your purse.
It’s clinically proven to shorten the duration of a cold by nearly half.

3) Try using a humidifier.
These are great in the summer time because they do not add any additional heat to the room and it cleanses the air.

4) Honey is one of the best remedies if you’re having a sore throat along with a cold.
Try adding honey to every day meals such as pancakes or to your ice tea.

5) Get plenty of rest.
Whether you are sick or not, a good night’s sleep will always improve a person’s overall health.

You can learn more from:
Jenny Miranda Senior Account Executive 5W Public Relations
www.5wpr.com


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6 comments :

  1. I've never tried honey for a sore throat, but it was in my last cold medicine so clearly there's something to it!

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  2. Yes, honey is a natural antibiotic. I use it all the time.

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  3. Those are great tips for when there's a cold involved. Drinking plenty of fluids is important!
    Als the understanding that having a little cold - or recovering from it - build up the immune system.
    And (the best tip of them all) you can get some well deserved pampering from your 'significant other'... ;)

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  4. Very good advice Colette. I have had a bout of the cold since the year started and hope not to have any more. If I do, well I have the information above. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Very true, I tried to do all of these, and success at about half. :-)

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I appreciate your thoughts - Colette

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