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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Cold and flu experts share how to beat the symptoms in just 24 hours

Experts have revealed what you should be doing in the morning, afternoon and evening to fight of the first signs of a cold.

It’s that time of year when we all start to get bunged up and try to remember what it felt like to be able to breathe through our nose.

The warning signs before a cold are very recognisable and as they set in, we run out to stockpile soup and medication before hibernating into our duvets to feel sorry for ourselves.

However, experts say that treating the symptoms early enough can banish the cold before it takes a grip of our sinuses.

They all gave their top tips on what you should do in the morning, afternoon and evening if you think you might be coming down with a cold to rid the symptoms in just 24 hours, as reported by The Sun.

 

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