Get a flu shot:
This year’s annual flu shot will provide safety towards four of the influenza viruses expected to be in the stream this flu season. High-dose flu vaccines can be had for adults age sixty-five and older, however, those might not be to be had in any respect clinical Centers. The vaccine is available in all government Health Care Centres .
Reduce the spread
To help reduce the spread of the flu, colds, and other viruses, including COVID-19, you should:
Wash your hands frequently. It is the best way to protect yourself from catching illnesses.
- Wipe down surfaces around you with a sanitizing cleaner.
- Keep a distance from those who are sick.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Stay hydrated, so you can flush toxins out of your system.
- Get enough sleep to keep your immune system strong.
Diet in winter:
Eating full of healthy food like vegetables, fruit, lean food and whole grain also. Because this diet makes you healthy in this cold weather.
When you make your shopping list on holidays, think about healthier food neither than traditional.
Stay Active :
In cold weather and short days may be you have not time to exercise.
But physical activity make help you in your weight loss, high and low blood pressure, depression, and improve your good quality sleep.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; U.S. Physical Activity Guidelines; National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases