7 Tips To Help You Stay Healthy

Tips to Stay Healthy and avoid the flu

7 Tips To Help You Stay Healthy

I hate to say it, but Cough and cold season is not over yet.  That means there is still a chance to catch a nasty cold…even though it’s Spring!  Scotties Facial Tissues wants to help us stay healthy, so they brought us CoughColdCare.com.  It is filled with valuable information on deciphering cold vs. flu symptoms, checking your flu tracking map, getting tips to protect yourself and learning about key products to add to your cough & cold survival kit.

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Here are some tips to help you STAY healthy and avoid the Cold and Flu:

Tips to help you avoid the flu and stay healthy

Wash your hands often

  • This rule isn’t just for the kids 😉

Pick up after yourself

  • Throw away dirty tissues, paper towels, etc.  They are full of germs!

Tips to help you relax and handle stress

Relax

Try to avoid people that have a cold or the flu

  • I know that may sound hard, but you can’t catch what you aren’t around

Stay well rested

  • Your body needs rest to stay healthy

Tips to help get fit for Spring

Exercise

Get vaccinated

  • Get your flu shot

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Scotties has also partnered with Dr. Stephen Zinner of Harvard Medical, who is helping take their effort a step further in the creation of quick videos to give you the facts on both the cold and flu.

What are some of your tips to stay healthy and avoid the cold and flu?

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Disclosure; Scotties Facial Tissues provided me with these tips to share with my readers.  My opinions are 100% my own!

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23 thoughts on “7 Tips To Help You Stay Healthy

  1. I like this tip – Try to avoid people that have a cold or the flu.
    That would have to be a mega help to stay well.
    thank you

  2. Thanks for the reminders. This has been a very sick winter for me; in November through January, and just getting over my second week now of colds. Was down for 6 weeks back after Thanksgiving and now since I teach, sometimes students (though told to not come or wear mask) often have bad colds.

    I have an autoimmune disease and on meds that make me more susceptible too. But this week finally getting myself back to the gym. Need that motivation! Thanks. 🙂

  3. My favorite of all the tips is wash your hands often! I wish more people would do that. It would significantly reduce the spread of illness.

  4. Besides the well-known great wash your hands tip, I really like and need to do the stay well rested & relax tips. Life these days is so busy, that we don’t find enough time for ourselves. My doctor always asks me if I am getting enough rest and if I have learned how to be stress-free! Not following these tips have led me to get sick no matter how much I’ve washed my hands! We have to keep our immune systems healthy!!

  5. Good tips people also need to drink a lot of fluids to help keep them hydrated and lessen changes of body resistances when weak and tired.

  6. Great tips as I’m just getting over a cold so washing my hands is a must and have gone through a lot of tissues.

  7. I like the stay away from sick people two bad I had to stand in line for med’s last week when the person in front of me kept talking about being sick sense Jan with a something and that her kids had strip throat! I wounder what the look on my face was saying to her.of course now I fill sick go finger I was so just no-ing I was going to get sick after being in that line a week or so ago.

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