Who has time for sick days? Tips to fight the cold, cough and flu this year
(BPT) - People who have gotten sick report their cold and flu symptoms lasted up to six days, according to the Vicks Second Annual Global Cough and Cold Survey. While health experts advise sick workers to stay home to avoid spreading germs, few of us can afford to take that many sick days off from work or home life.
Fortunately, you can get by fighting cold and flu symptoms if you’re not able to take sick days. Here are some tips:
1. Take a multi-symptom medication. An estimated 80 percent of cold and flu sufferers experience more than one cold symptom, according to the survey. That’s why it is important to take a medication that can treat more than one symptom if you are experiencing multi-symptom discomfort. When you are sick with a cold, a multi-symptom medication such as non-drowsy DayQuil Cold & Flu can relieve your cold symptoms so you can power through your busy and hectic schedule during the day, and NyQuil Cold & Flu is the perfect medicine to relieve your cold symptoms so you can get rest. For more information, visit www.vicks.com.
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