Keep Up With Overall Health This Fall
This fall, we want to follow our local guidelines for mask wearing and social distancing because of the virus. As Dr. Fauci has said, we should —
Wear a mask, keep physical distance, avoid crowds, wash your hands, and do things more outdoors versus indoors.
And for fall family wellness we also want to strengthen our immune system. Harvard Health says this includes not smoking, regular exercise, getting enough sleep, and eating healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables.
Look To Omega-3’s To Help
Research shows that Omega-3’s can also support your immune system, as well as your heart, brain, joints, eyes, and skin. But 70 percent of Americans don’t get enough essential Omega-3’s because they do not eat enough fatty fish.
Krill oil omega-3 supplements is a trending, doctor-recommended solution. One product you can look for is Kori Pure Antarctic Krill Oil. It has nutrients you won’t find in fish oil. And it has choline which is good for your brain according to the National Institutes of Health. There’s no fishy aftertaste, and it comes in easy-to-swallow sizes.
Solutions For Itchy Eyes Due To Fall Allergies
Because of the virus, so many of us want to get outdoors and out of our homes — safely of course. Whether you’re spending time outdoors this fall, or getting a jump start on hibernating inside — itchy allergy eyes can be an issue.
And exposure to ragweed, pollen, pet hair and dander shouldn’t give you the blues this fall. Because the good news is there’s a prescription-strength option available over-the-counter to help you.
Pataday Once Daily Relief and Twice Daily Relief. It works in minutes to relieve itchy allergy eyes. All it takes is one drop — once or twice daily. And it’s available without a prescription at your local retailer or online to help you feel relief right away. All so you can get back to enjoying what a beautiful fall has to bring.
Tips For This Cold and Flu Season
On top of the COVID-19 virus, we are now entering the cold and flu season. You can follow the CDC’s recommendation that you get a flu vaccine. Be sure to talk to your doctor or other health care professional if you have questions about which flu vaccine is best for you.
Additional prevention tips are to regularly wash your hands. Also, make sure to cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze to help prevent the spread of the influenza virus.
If you do feel classic cold or flu symptoms, then there are products to help you with your symptoms.
For example, you can check out Mucinex DM 12-Hour which thins and loosens mucus to relieve chest congestion and controls cough. It lasts up to 12 hours. And if you have multiple cold and flu symptoms, this is when Mucinex Fast Max All-In-One has your back, which alleviates cough, congestion, headache, sore throat, and reduces fever. Use as directed. And it’s good to know they can help!