Rose Canyon Health & Wellness

Tips For Avoiding Colds & The Flu

Our Mesa clinic provides integrative healthcare where the patient is the focus

With Fall already here and Winter on the way, colds and the flu are becoming more and more common. So what exactly can your family do to prevent the flu or colds all together? Today, Rose Canyon Health & Wellness, a family care practice in Mesa, Arizona is discussing cold/flu season and what exactly you can do to decrease your chances of catching a bug. If you have any questions or think that you or a loved one may be sick, feel free to give us a call, we’re happy to answer any questions and are always welcoming new patients at our practice.

Wash your hands regularly.

Did you know that germs, bacteria and viruses are all over the things we touch? In order to avoid the spread of any nasty bugs, we recommend frequently washing your hands. Can’t make it to the bathroom constantly? Try travel hand sanitizer, it can also help to kill any bacteria on your hands, preventing you or your loved ones from coming in contact with them.

Avoid touching your mouth, nose, face, etc.

As mentioned above, germs are EVERYWHERE, including your hands. You should always avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth and face, even when it isn’t cold/flu season. This is one of the easiest ways to introduce bacteria or viruses to your system.

Avoid stress.

Did you know that stress can actually lower the immune system? When the immune system is compromised, it can be much easier to catch the flu or a cold. We recommend taking time out of each day to relax, meditate and calm your body.

Cold/Flu? Here’s What To Do:

Think that you may have a cold or the flu? We recommend contacting Rose Canyon Health & Wellness for an appointment, we can determine what exactly ailment you have and how to treat the root cause.

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