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Message Subject GLP How many of us are sick today ?????unidentified respiratory illness?????Post if you cant stop coughing!!!!
Poster Handle Don'tBeAfraid
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It really cannot be stressed enough the importance of maintaining adequate indoor humidity in the wintertime. Overly dry air causes the mucousal lining to crack, and it's much easier for pathogens to enter the lining through the small fissures in the respiratory tract and sinuses.

If you're not doing this.. you really need to start.. just boil water on the stovetop every day until it starts to condense on the windows. It makes an amazing difference!
 Quoting: Ad Lib


Now this should be number one for people to do. This poster is soooo right. And keep it cool at night when you are sleeping. Keep the heat on as minimally as possible at night.

Just dress warmly and wear socks, put layers on the bed or even use an electric blanket. I have one and get the bed warm and then turn it off when I get into bed. I stay warm throughout the night then. If you don't have or want an electric blanket take a hot water bottle to bed. You can even make one with a liter pop bottle and just wrap that bottle with a pillow case. I even have a small heating pad I have used to keep warm when I don't want to use too much heat.

The next thing to do is keep your immune system strong. Vitamin d and c is important but I have found garlic really keep the immune system strong.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1550123


The simplest way to stay warm at night while sleeping is to use a reflective space blanket under your bed linens. It's a material that was invented during the Space Missions to keep the astronauts warm.

They are inexpensive, and could be a very cheap way to stay warm in the absence of electric power.
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It's safer than leaving something on the stove, even on low heat, which frankly would make me nervous to do all night long. That has a potential for drying out and causing a fire.
 
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