Wash your hands to keep germs away
Wash your hands in warm, soapy water for 10-20 seconds and use a paper towel to dry your hands (and open doors in public bathrooms) to keep the nasty germs away.
Wipe the germs off surfaces
Cold’s & flu’s are caused by viruses that can be easily spread from person to person or from surface to surface. Use antiseptic wipes to regularly clean computer keyboards, telephones, doorknobs and pens in the workplace and home to help stop the germs from spreading.
Probiotics are good bacteria that can help keep the body healthy and protect it from bad bacteria. A recent study has shown that regular use of probiotics have kept people healthier and reduced the incidence of upper respiratory infections like common colds.
Drink plenty of fluids
As a general good health practice, drinking plenty of water helps to keep your body strong, helps increased energy level and defends the body from germs. Staying hydrated boosts a particular immune response to enable your body to better fight viruses.
Exercise to Strengthen your Immunity
Exercise not only helps to stimulate your circulation and makes you feel great, it also boost your immune system and can help prevent viruses from making you sick.
Eat healthy Foods
Eating a balanced diet (preferably organic) including fresh fruits & vegetables is key to good nutrition that will help boost your immune system. Also try drinking the following organic teas to keep cold and flus away: Green, Peppermint & Rosehip Tea.