Whenever the weather changes, we hear a lot of complaints of flu from different people. Let me share 7 surprising health tips which can prevent you from the seasonal flu.
Wash your hands: Wash your hands frequently, because most of the flu viruses are spread by direct contact. If no sink is available, rub your hands together very hard for a minute.
Keep your stress at level low: According to research, stress damages our immune system and the heart.
Exercise: Exercise releases endorphins in the body that act as natural stress busters and increases our immunity to fight against the bacteria.
Take plenty of Sleep: A good night sleep strengthens our defense against colds. Relaxation activates our immune system on demand.
Eat vegetables: Immune system got to be fueled with natural vitamins and antioxidants found in healthy foods. Eat dark-green, red, and yellow vegetables and fruits.
Embrace good bacteria: Good bacteria in yogurt can improve metabolism, enhance immunity and reduce inflammation.
Green tea: Green tea can help improve our immunity and health. Green tea have the potential to boost metabolism, burn fat, protect against liver disease, control blood sugar levels and lower LDL cholesterol.
Commonly used Homeopathic remedies:
Aconite 1M: It is very effective and can be given within a few hours after developing anxiety, restlessness, flushed, thirsty. Just take one dose.
Poly influenzinum 200C: It acts as a preventive if given in the autumn of the year. When symptoms of colds appears in a family; let the patient take Poly-Influenzinum 200C every hour or two.
Belladonna 200C: Its patient has a mark redness of face with flu symptoms and high fever. Strawberry tongue. Drying in nose, larynx and trachea.
Oscillococcinum 200C: During winter, on becoming chilled or after contact with someone sick with the flu.
Gelsemium 30D: Commonly used remedy in influenza epidemics and for prevention. Flu infection with tiredness, dull headache and fever. Patient feels chilliness.
Eupatorium Perfoliatum 200C: Tremendous bone pain which accompany the chilliness. The pain is often described “as if the bones are broken.”
Dulcamara 30D: Ailments from exposure to cold wet weather or sudden change from warm to cold or from dry to moist (especially in Autumn, with warm days and cold nights).
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