Entering October, autumn has come, and the temperature is getting cooler. While adding clothes in time, we must also do personal protection, adhere to a healthy lifestyle, and prevent new coronary pneumonia and influenza. Keep yourself and your family safe this coming holiday month by maintaining a boosted immune system and a healthy lifestyle.
1. Pay attention to personal hygiene.
Frequent hand washing and good hygiene are essential to avoid any virus. This means washing your hands regularly and using hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available. In particular, wash your hands immediately after contact with respiratory secretions; observe cough etiquette and cover your mouth and nose with a handkerchief or tissue when sneezing or coughing.
2. Keep indoor air circulation.
During the flu season, try to avoid going to crowded and poorly ventilated places.
3. Improve body resistance.
Eat a reasonable diet, exercise in moderation, maintain adequate sleep, and improve your body's resistance. Exercise can increase blood flow, help clear bacteria from the airways, boost infection-fighting antibodies, and reduce stress hormones. Regular exercise can reduce chronic inflammation and allow your immune system to function better.
4. Drinking plenty of water and maintaining a strong immune system is the key to preventing disease.
Staying hydrated allows your blood to properly deliver nutrients to each organ system. Proper hydration will increase lymphatic drainage and remove bacteria and waste. If you're drinking caffeine or alcohol, make sure to increase your water intake.
5. Seek medical attention in time if you have suspected symptoms.
If you have flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, and runny nose, you should wear a mask, avoid contact with others, and seek medical attention in time. Not only is this a general courtesy to friends, family, colleagues, and fellow citizens, but it also reduces the chance of the virus spreading and causing possible reinfection. Discuss with your school or workplace their sick leave policy and encourage loved ones to stay home if they feel unwell.
6. Stock up on essentials like toilet paper.
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