Today we’re going to look at some ideas to help you stay well during the winter season…
While this video is talking about staying well on the road, the same principles apply even when you’re not traveling.
You know when you start to feel that scratchy throat coming on, or that “run-down” feeling that usually marks the beginning of flu-like symptoms? It usually happens right before some big event or maybe during travel.
There is a way to help your body fight this off, but you have to act quickly, and actually do some of the things I’m recommending in this video.
I have many stories where I felt my body was beginning to get sick in the middle of a business trip (in another country) and was so thankful that I was able to use these techniques, go to sleep and wake up the next morning ready to go.
I hope you don’t have to use these ideas, but if you do, now you’ll know what to do.
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