Treating a Cold While On The Road

Cold and Illness

Cold and flu season is upon us. Find out how you can treat the symptoms of your cold without medicine.

There’s never a good time to get sick, but being sick when you’re stuck on the road, it is often the worst possible time to be sick. Many cold remedies make you drowsy or dizzy. What can you do to ease cold symptoms homeopathically while you’re over the road?

The best thing to help avoid getting a cold is to wash your hands, thoroughly and often.

Here are some options:
Blow your nose the right way and do it often:

It’s better for you to blow your nose that it is to sniffle. Blowing your nose loosens the mucus and helps prevent the mucus from becoming clogged in your sinuses. Don

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