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Flu or Cold ? Beat Cold and Flu in just 24 Hours.

December 1, 2019

It’s cold and flu season, and once the early
symptoms hit, you can’t help but feel helpless, hoping that the disease will pass as quickly
and painlessly as possible, and run to the pharmacy to get medicine and a month’s worth
of Kleenex. Even a cold that lasts just a few days can leave us weak for up to a couple
of weeks after the symptoms are gone, which is a big problem. Luckily, we’ve got some
good news for you, you can beat this thing in 24 hours by following this guide. Let us
take you to the detailed stages step by step. Let’s start Stage one: 7:00 am, Take a hot shower It might be difficult to get out of bed at
this hour, especially if you’re feeling sick, but the steam in the shower will clear
up your sinuses, making it easier to breathe. In addition, there are quite a few other health
benefits of taking a hot shower Stage two: 8:00 am, take two teaspoons of
Elderberry syrup You can find elderberry syrup in most health
stores. The syrup is made of the fruits of the elderberry, which disrupt viral bonding
with the cell lining, thus slowing down and even completely blocking the spread of the
viral infection in your body. Furthermore, elderberries were found to ease cold and flu
symptoms, as well as throat infections and sinus infections. It’s important to note
that elderberries should not be consumed raw, but instead consumed as a syrup. Take two
teaspoons of the syrup three times a day to ease your symptoms and shorten the lifespan
of the disease. Stage three: 9:00 am, instead of coffee and
cereal, have tea and eggs Eggs are packed full of proteins and essential
amino acids, all of which strengthen the body and help it combat the viral infection. Make
yourself a hot cup of tea with honey and fresh lemon juice, and fry some eggs. Remember to
add the honey to your tea – it’s far more effective than most cough syrups. If you’re
vegan or allergic to eggs, you can substitute them with a chickpea flour pancake instead,
which is rich in proteins, omega 6, and B vitamins. Here is the Chickpea pancake recipe, Ingredients are 3 tablespoons chickpea flour,
100 grams chopped tofu, 4 chopped cilantro leaves, handful of mushrooms, handful of pumpkin
seeds, ½ chopped onion, 4 Brazil nuts, 3 tablespoons of raw tahini, 1 cup of water,
salt and pepper to taste. To prepare Chickpea pancake Combine all the
ingredients (except the cilantro, onion, and mushrooms) until the mixture is nice and smooth.
Quickly fry the onion and mushrooms, then add the mixture and fry over a high flame
for about three minutes. Stage four: 12:30 pm, add chickpeas and pumpkin
seeds to your salad Chickpeas and pumpkin seeds are an excellent
source of zinc, which is essential in the body’s fight against infections and inflammations.
There are several studies that found that adding zinc to your daily intake during the
first 24 hours of a cold will reduce its intensity considerably. If you don’t want to add chickpeas
or pumpkin seeds, you can just use a zinc supplement. Stage five: 2:00 pm, refill your water bottle When you’re sick, the body requires a lot
of fluids to fight the inflammation, because as body temperature starts to spike, it increases
water evaporation in the body, which can lead to dehydration. Additionally, the body needs
liquids to help flush out the congestion that accumulates in the nose and throat, so make
sure to add an extra two cups of water on top of your daily consumption. Remember that
a cup of tea or a cup of soup is not a direct replacement for a cup of water. Stage six: 3:00 pm, take a walk outside You’ll be amazed how much a 20 minute walk
outside can boost your energy levels and reduce your aches and pains. Walking outside also
helps by opening up your sinuses, making it much easier to breath. Studies have also shown
that exercise increases the number of beneficial bacteria in your gut, helping the body’s
immune system. Stage seven: 6:30 pm, have real chicken soup It’s not a myth that chicken soup does the
body wonders in times of illness, as the cooked chicken releases the amino acid Cysteine,
which works like a bronchitis cure. If you want to boost the flavor and healing abilities
of your soup, add some garlic, which is known as a powerful anti-inflammatory, as well as
some hot red pepper that contains Capsaicin, which eases congestion. Stage eight: 9:00 pm, Clear your nose and
throat A congested nose and throat can turn from
a discomfort into a severe inflammation, and that is why it is important to clear your
sinuses before you go to bed. All you have to do is add a teaspoon of salt to a glass
of warm water, and gargle the salt-water for 30 seconds at a time, until you’ve finished
the glass. As a bonus, this process is great for your gums too. Stage nine: 10:00 pm, Go to bed When fighting a cold, watching TV until the
middle of the night is not a good idea, because your body needs at least 7 hours of sleep
in order to beat the disease. A smart thing to do is to add an extra pillow that will
prop up your head – this will help keep your sinuses and airways clear, meaning that you’ll
enjoy a significantly higher quality of sleep, something you’ll be thankful for the following
day. And When you will wake up the next morning
hopefully cold will be all gone. Please Like, comment and Subscribe to our
channel and stay healthy. bye see you in next video.


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