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Tips to Get You Through Flu Season

Survive Cold and Flu Season with These Tips


Winter is here, and so is cold and flu season. This season typically runs from October until spring, taking out thousands of Americans with colds and the flu. Although anyone can get the flu, some people are more susceptible to complications than others, such as children and the elderly. To remain healthy and flu-free this season, try these tips.


Wash your hands often. Because coughing and sneezing into your hands is common, keeping your hands clean is one of the most effective ways to avoid colds and the flu. If you don’t have soap and water nearby, use a bacterial gel that will kill most germs.


Stay at home when you’re sick. Do everyone in the office a favor and stay home when you feel ill. Rest is one of the best remedies for colds and the flu, and it protects others from getting sick.


Boost your immune system with a healthy diet. A strong and healthy immune system is the best protection against illness. Eating a balanced diet with enough fruit, vegetables, and essential nutrients is a great place to start.


Make time for exercise. Work out at the gym, go for a run, or join a new exercise class. Working out and sweating can help improve your immune system and fight off potential viruses.


We hope that you stay flu-free throughout the season! To find the right insurance to cover your needs, contact the team at Little & Sons Insurance Services! Our dedicated team is ready to help you get the personal insurance you need.


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