Dr Millman is a holistic MD, board certified Internal Medicine doctor and PhD in Infectious Disease Epidemiology. Lucky for us, Dr Millman has systematized what she does with her patients to help them prevent and minimize their colds and flus. This system works over and over again for her patients.
It’s crazy, but the CDC just announced that the end of February, just 10 days ago, was the start of flu season. It’s the slowest start we’ve had in 25 years and it means we may be in for a few more months of colds and flu.
In my holistic medical practice, I see hundreds of people every year with scratchy throats, achy bodies, runny noses and upset tummies from colds and flus. Over the years, I have discovered that there are five major ways to minimize symptoms, numbers of days sick, and number of colds you get in a year. I want to share these tips with you here today, just in case.
While my patients get colds and flu just like everybody else. In general, they stay at work, don’t get pneumonia, and recover much more quickly than others they know with the same bug.
Here are five major ways to boost your immunity I use in practice so you can have the same success against colds and flu as my patients and I.
Five Major Ways You Can Boost Your Immunity to Fight A Viral Infection When You’re Sick
- Feed yourself the nutrients your body needs in excess (vitamins A, C, D and calcium).
- Give your immune system some extra guns with herbs that have direct anti-viral activity.
- Drain your sinuses and lungs with natural decongestants and anti-histamines.
- Keep mucous levels down by flushing your kidneys with garlic.
- Build your immune system’s auxiliary power with probiotics and mushrooms.
Doing these five things when you are sick can dramatically minimize your symptoms and duration of infection when you get the cold or flu.
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