The timing of flu can vary in different parts of the country and from season to season. Most seasonal flu activity typically occurs between October and May. Flu activity most commonly peaks in the United States between December and February. Be prepared for the cold and flu season this year.
There are many immune support products that include a wide range of homeopathic, herbals and nutraceuticals formulated to address both general and specific immune issues. As the weather gets colder, we are exposed to a multitude of germs, viruses, and bacteria that can make us ill. Dress in layers and make sure to cover your nose when outdoors in very cold weather. Research also indicates that lower levels of Vitamin D3 is a crucial factor in cold and flu season. Perhaps, it is because we are run down from the holidays and start of the new year. Whatever the reason, I want to share some strategies (Part 2 & 3) that you can incorporate on a daily basis to strengthen one’s immune system and other strategies to implement at the onset of feeling ill and keep the bugs at bay.
Unlike conventional cold and flu therapies that simply mask symptoms and often leave one feeling drowsy or foggy-headed, the holistic remedies work with the body’s immune system to relieve symptoms and promote faster recovery.
Disclaimer: This information is supplied for educational purposes only. It is not for the treatment of any individual person or disease. If you are suffering any particular complaint please consult a physician or call emergency services.