The Healing Story
When being home and sick... fun could be a possible option now while getting better!
Hatchoos are the only word you utter at the worst cold-catching times. Home is the new hang out and feeling stuck is the feeling you’re trying to avoid in a season of catching a flue. Especially at such times, early spring times and late winter days are the perfect germ palusa to be infected. So while you’re at it, have fun, weird? Well, the last thing you’d want is to feel helpless while you’re pinned in your bed, so here’s some tips to save your case while having fun doing it, just make sure not to get attached to the last part of the article!
Yea it isn’t that much of a discovery, but picking the right ones are your mission. In your case, funny movies and TV series that are comedy oriented are very suitable for your condition as a sick person in pain. Humorous movies will lift your spirit by promoting a feel-good chemicals; endorphins which are the body’s natural painkillers. Take one study by researchers at the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine in Baltimore. They found that laughing impacts how well your blood vessels are able to expand; they found that after watching a funny movie, blood flow significantly increased by 22 percent.
Not only soup!:
Soups are good for soothing your throat, fastin up the healing proccess with it’s highly neiution factsand it dilate the blood vessels near the nasal passage and throat, relieving blocked noses and soothing sore throats. Yet, chinese soups are great for supplying the body with anti invaders, and it illuminate the sluggy discomfort in your digestive system. So here’s one unsual simple soup for you to nip at and easy to make:
A tasty potato soup for the slow cooker
· 6 potatoes, peeled and diced
· 1 cup chopped onion
· 2 carrots, thinly sliced
· 2 ribs celery, thinly sliced
· 4 cups chicken broth
· 1/2 teaspoon dried basil
· 1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
· 1 teaspoon salt, or to taste
· 1/2 teaspoon pepper
· 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
· 1 1/4 cups cream or half-and-half
Combine first potatoes, chopped onion, carrots, celery, chicken broth, basil, parsley, salt, and pepper in a slow cooker. Cover and cook on HIGH for 3 hours, or until vegetables are tender. Stir together flour and cream or half-and-half; stir into soup. Cover and cook 30 minutes longer or until hot. If desired, sprinkle bacon bits over each serving.
Makes about 2 quarts.
Drink hot drinks:
-mix hot water with honey and lemon juice
-mix honey with green tea
-mix warm water with lemon, (it’s not too strong on your throat because its reduced by water, in fact it’s rich with vitamn C, which fights the virus out of your system).
Avoid: straight Lemon extrat on your food, it doesn’t do you good when you’re throat is hurt (because it’s unreduced, and strong on your throat), it’s like rubbing a lemon against a wound, it just hurt. So avoid lemon even in your soups.
Advil gel pills for Cold and sinus; their pain reliver, fever reducer and relive you from sinus pressure.
Vitamin C fizzy tablets
FYI: Taking pills with warm water is dangerous. Most people when they're suffering from flu commonly consume capsulated tablets with warm water, not knowing whether the pill would safely reach the stomach. This could be serious and perhaps you should consider proper ways of swallowing pills. DO NOT use warm or hot water/fruit juice/all kinds of sweet drinks to wash down the medicine. The right way is to down it with cold water. If you feel discomfort in the throat after taking a pill, drink lots of water or cold milk.
Breathe like never before!
When you’re sick, breathing is really hard for you to proceed, at least isn’t as easy as when you’re well as a horse. Now that your nostrals are closed and bramely, you could help reduce that by rubbing some vex on your chest, and put a little on your steamer, oh a water boiler to open your chest, and keep the steamer next to you most of the team to kill the germs in the air and help you breath properly. Milk is good for loosing up the chest for a better breath and relieving the pressure off of the lungs.
While you’re sitting watching a movie, warm up a bowl of noodels, wear leg warmers, and make sure to wear socks, cause warming the feet will help you feel warm all around. Snuggle under a light blanket if you’re hot, and a thick one if you’re chilly. And the secret to fast-healing throat, wrap your neck with a scarf while drinking your warm tea.
My.Kali spoil of the Nail call:
While you’re at it call your pedcurist to your house (a day before), to come to your house, and do your hands or feet, that way you’ll have a chilaxing beauty time. Have your tea while you’re in session. But before you go through the process, make sure to protect your pedicurist from getting infected, and stay clean an bactria free through those simple do’s: (thanks to Dettol)
1- Use Dettol’s healthy antibactrial handwash; this handwash kills 99.9% of bactria, soothes your skin and dermalogically tested.
2- Use Dettol’s disinfect spray on your seats, table used, in the air and tools needed, even you cell phone. Why should you use it: it also kills 99.9% of germs and bactria, it kills Rhinovirus and Rotavirus, the leading causes of colds and stomach upsets, andi t protects people around from getting harmful bacteria.
3- Make sure to have Dettol’s surface cleaning wipes aside for any ER handelings. That way you’d be 100% sure you’re clean, and your serounding as well, protecting yourself and people around.
4- You could always use Dettol’s healthy touch antibacterial handwash in lavender, as a hand soak or foot soak, for your pedi-meni session. That way you’re killing germs, also it Moistures, Nourishs, Refreshes Soothes and Cleanse. Plus its Dermatologically tested.
"OMG, i'm sooo Sick...oh i'm
such a drama queen damn it!"
Dry, chapped and sour!
When you’re sick you tend to get chapped, dry, dehydrated and beauty-futureistic independent persona, so why give up? Not when you’re having a ball up there! Take care of your skin by using a hydrative cream during the day, and again before you sleep. Make sure to:
Rub vesaline on your nose after sniffing, that way you’re avoiding chapped nose and reducing reddness. If you continue moisturizing your nose, you’d avoid a chapped nose after you get well.
Lips, from the heavy mouth breathing, to a lot of wiping, your mouth is toward your nose’s dry future if you didn’t take the right precautions, which are:
-After brushing your teeth, use the same brush to scrub your lips while they’re wet in a circular motion to exfoliate away dead skin.
-Use lip balm right after, or when you’re sitting on tv to keep them hydrated.
-Use a night dry lip crem when sleeping, try using Neutrogena lip balm 6-hours cream to hydrate your lips as much as possible while sleeping.