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How to Deal with a Cold How to Deal with a Cold
Cold Symptoms Nasal congestion Runny nose Sneezing Scratchy sore throat Headache General discomfort Nasal congestion Runny nose Sneezing Scratchy sore throat Headache General discomfort
Cold Transmission Touching secretions Inhaling infectious particles Inhaling infectious particles
1. Avoid prolonged exposure
2. Sneeze or cough into a tissue
3. Clean environmental surfaces
4. Wash hands thoroughly
5. Get outside
6. Maintain a healthy immune system
“It takes seven days to cure a cold with the help of your doctor, or a week without it.”
Steps to Treat a Cold
1. Drink plenty of water
2. Eat wisely 2. Eat wisely
6 tsp Sugar and Immune System 12 tsp WBC activity
3. Exercise outside
4. Get extra sleep
5. Water treatments Hot foot bath
Contrast shower 3 min. hot 30 sec. cold Repeat three times 3 min. hot 30 sec. cold Repeat three times
Heating compress Heating compress
Sinus bowl treatment
45 times a day 45 times a day
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