Saturday, 18 May 2019

Cold

I'm after advice
I'm full of another cold and sore throat This is the ninth in one calendar year.
Apart from stress and the body clock fuck up which is night duty
I'm doing more or less what I think I need to do
I'm loosing weight
I'm now eating properly ( I had been comfort eating.)
I'm talking vitamin c
I've reduced alcohol intake
I only drink one bucket of coffee a day
I'm being slaughtered at badminton by Georgous Dave ( we could play a bit more admittedly)

But

The colds keep a coming!
Any advice would be gratefully reviewed
Answers on a post card
Please.....
I shall leave you with a mini vlog of this morning's amble



97 comments:

  1. Be rid of the stress? Easier said than done...

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  2. Well, a good friend of mine is a pharmacist and she advised me a while ago to try Vick's First Defence. It is used as a preventative measure if you are going to be in a situation where you may be susceptible to picking up the virus. It is supposed to work by trapping and "suffocating" the virus in your nose/throat before it has the chance to replicate. I have used it when travelling and have not picked up a cold since then. Worth a try?

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  3. Sorry, no useful advice at all, as I tend to catch colds as well. Forget the whole apple cider vinegar thing. Tried it, it never helped. I watched your little video and love the route you take with the path under the bridge. (My go-to is now one sinus pill and one allergy pill). -Jenn

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  4. This is going to sound like a lad f sycho babble but t is thought that constant runny colds are the bodies way of crying when under emotional trauma. I would say your current situation fits the bill perfectly. Big hugs.xxx

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  5. Zinc! At the first sign of 'something coming on'. Over here we have Coldeze lozenges and they work a treat every time. There are also generic zinc lozenges and nasal sprays. Also, I'd advise you step up your VitD intake. Many people are too low on this necessary supplement. Take care. Get well soon.

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  6. You could try high dose turmeric and black pepper capsules - and I eat defrosted frozen blueberries daily. I haven't had a cold since I caught Swine Flu (the real deal!) so that tells you when that was!

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  7. There's only one way to avoid colds, and that's to keep well away from children, and/or adults who SNEEZE.

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  8. Anonymous1:24 pm

    Hasn't zinc nasal spray been implicated in anosmia (loss of ability to smell)? I don't think there has been any problem with oral zinc. A reader in Philadelphia.

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    1. You are correct! Lozenges are fine, and there is some science behind it. Nasal sprays are too dangerous IMHO.

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    2. I've never used the zinc spray, so can't say. But I was prescribed Nasacort once -- lost my sense of smell for well over a year.

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  9. Sorry to read you're full of cold. This is just observation but (touch wood) I haven't had a cold since juicing and going vegan over a year ago. I don't know if that's the reason. Just observation.

    That was a lovely video. Thank you. xx

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  10. My mum would have said it's because you are "down".
    Working with people doesn't help!

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  11. I'll second the suggestions of zinc and vitamin D. Good sleep makes a difference and we know your sleep is broken by shift work.
    One of my daughters is highly susceptible to cold/ sinus/ asthma and has found acupuncture and Chinese herbs as well as chiro or osteo to be very helpful. These therapies don't so much view illness as something we do wrong but more as something that happens when we are unbalanced and unbalancing can happen through physical or emotional events. Sound likely?

    I hope you feel better soon, colds are miserable

    xo

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  12. Stress. (If only we could all just wish yours away) I believe I've only had one cold since I retired 8 years ago. Sure, I'm no longer surrounded by overly affectionate and contagious teens, but I know the only times I became ill was when life became complicated.
    Zinc is also amazing.

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  13. Could it be hayfever? My husband had continual colds in the summer and would not consider that it could be hayfever. Eventually he tried certirizine, and the summer colds stopped.

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  14. Sorry to hear you are under the weather again .
    My mum swore by Garlic Pearl capsules....
    Hope one of these suggestions helps.

    On a separate note....you peaked my interest about San Francisco, the Bear and the Nun!

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  15. Tablespoon apple cider vinegar with a glass of water every day.

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  16. Trouble is, what works for one is no guarantee it'll work for another, otherwise we'd all be using whatever it is. That doesn't mean that NO recommendation will work on you of course. They're all at least worth considering.

    (Was hoping we might see Albert bringing up the rear).

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  17. Heloise2:01 pm

    I can't offer any real advice but, a few years ago, I was in a similar pattern and eventually found that I had a thyroid-related immunity issue. Maybe worth getting your T3 and T4 tested on the off-chance?

    Anyway, I hope you

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  18. As Witch Hazel asked, could it be hayfever? I'm snuffly and bunged up right now, mine's definitely hayfever. I swear by taking high dose Vit C, echinacea and zinc at the first sign of a sore throat/tickle at the back of my nose. Works every time for me. Could your immune system be compromised, with all the stress and shifts? I hope it goes quickly xx

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  19. John do also bear in mind that this has been quite a year for you and your resistance will be very low. A lot of colds are picked up when folk are down for some reason. I can't offer any advice but it might be worth doing what Heloise suggests - and also having a chart with your doctor.

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  20. Get better, but the general tone of comments seem to say stress and that is going to be with you a good while longer. So what about meditation and calming the mind. Lovely video they are all adorable, except the sniffy one ;)

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  21. I always used to go down with colds whenever I was stressed or facing new situations. Only remedy is to get plenty of rest and stay away from other people!

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    1. I'm with Tom. As you're a nurse, this is probably a no-brainer. BUT it's what made a big difference for me. I used to often think "Oh I didn't touch anything, I'll just skip the handwashing (as if there was a fire somewhere and I couldn't take two minutes to scrub up)." Then I got disciplined about it, and voila, no more seasonal colds; I can't even remember when I last had one. Such a simple solution, here. -Kate

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    2. I was also going to say handwashing too. I'm not a clean-freak and would happy stroke the cat and eat something without washing my hands but every time I leave the house (even if it's a quick trip to the shop) I'm careful to wash my hands as soon as I'm back home again and try not to touch my mouth, nose or eyes when I'm out. I can go 3 or 4 years between colds so I think it works. I also echo everyone else saying that your immune system must be under stress too so anything you can do to build yourself up will be sure to help. My husband swears by First Defence too

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  23. My aunt kept getting colds and flu like symptoms. Went to the Dr and she had some tests and she has a thyroid complaint. I cant remember the name of it. Worth checking

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  24. Honestly, I spent my first year after ending my marriage sick sick sick. I don't think we can downplay the toll of heartbreak and emotional turmoil can have on the body. Feel better soon John....both physically and emotionally. The surface of the water will come and you will be surprised when you come up for air.

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  25. Your voice is deeper than I expected. Thanks for taking us on a walk.

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  26. LOVED the video (sniff). ride it out, john (damn viruses).

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  27. Vitamin D. We rarely get enough in the northern hemisphere, freezing and swaddled in clothing. Hope you feel better soon.
    Barb

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  28. Barbara Anne3:25 pm

    Not quite a post card, but I recommend plenty of sleep, hot tea, treat the symptoms (TheraFlu, Mucinex DM, Dayquil/Nyquil, etc) and consider allergy testing. DH was sniffling, sneezing to beat the band and the allergist put him on a wizard pill called Singulair that is nearly a cure.

    Charming video!

    Hugs!

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  29. Mega dose Vitamin D, Elderberry Syrup, Zinc

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  30. Avoid touching face.

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  31. Rest, take care of yourself. I find that allergies sometimes lead to colds.

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  32. I don't know what to do about colds. Stress, as you well know, can cause all kinds of health problems. So, STOP BEING STRESSED, DAMN IT! Just kidding. Side note: I love your voice and accent, sniffles and all! Very sexy.

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    1. ain't it though; a british accent makes me go weak in the knees.

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  33. Anonymous3:38 pm

    Turmeric My daughter who had endless colds in the past
    takes it every day and swears by it.You can buy it capsule form.

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  34. It's the stress, pure and simple. My only tip is to rub Vicks Vapour Rub (or a cheap supermarket equivalent) into the soles of your feet every night when you climb into bed, as well as helping you breathe more easily it just seems to banish colds.

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  35. It would be a good idea to be seen by a physician and to have blood tests done - should do that regularly anyway. I rarely have a cold. I attribute that to never ever touching my eyes, nose, or mouth when out an about, and only after thorough hand washing at home. It's a useful habit to acquire, as those are the entry points of germs that are everywhere. I even follow my Mom's habit of washing off all containers from the store that are going into the moist environment of the refrigerator, and washing the tops of cans before opening. Sometimes touching doorknobs is unavoidable (you can use your shirt tail), but I do everything possible to open public doors without skin contact. Sounds like a pain in the butt, but after it becomes habitual it's no problem at all. I do hope you feel better really soon - it's no wonder that you'd be run down and susceptible to colds. Poor George is a picture of how lowly you feel! Your walking route is so lovely. Albert probably takes his walks where the dogs and you can't go.

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  36. I would go see a doctor to figure out why your immune system is not as robust as it should be. Nine colds in one year is definitely not a good thing.

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  37. Get some blood work done: chem panel, cbc, and, I hate to suggest it: get some allergy tests done. I think you know where I'm heading with that one. The chem panel will tell you how in balance your metabolic system is, also maybe get a vitamin D level done. And remember you're a health care specialist, and everything that goes with the territory.
    Cheers, John
    Mike

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  38. To feed your general dislike of me (joke) you might like to know that I have never been prawn(!) to illness. As to the theory which, incidentally and in principle, I do underwrite that stress lowers your immunity, it's nonsense. About nine/ten years ago I was under so much duress a friend of mine (she is American and hence excused) remarked: "If I were you I'd kill myself". And yet, what do you know, in ten years and the one stressor of my life only slowly resolving itself now, I haven't had one single anything. My doctor doesn't know me. Recently I learnt I was struck of the register.

    On the other hand, as Raybeard says, one works for one is another's deathtrap.

    I swear by camomile tea and warm feet, regardless. All the best,
    U

    PS I know you said "postcard" but my writing is quite large.

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  39. I have lots of stress, as you know, and do not get colds. I haven't had a cold for years. I wash hands, eat Maltesers and drink Fanta. I avoid fruit and get 1 a day vegetable with meat.

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  40. No advice as such. I dose myself with whisky and Night-Nurse. It's not a cure but a treat to myself!
    Passed through your village this week on way to my hols in Prestatyn. Beautiful part of the country. Curious to which promenade/cafe you refer to as we might have been there.

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  41. Plenty of good advice there..hope your stress gets sorted soon, you're obviously doing your best otherwise.
    Here's sending you a virtual hug...

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  42. I've been taking Vitamin C capsules for a couple of years and have not had a cold. I do however have hay fever.
    People keep commenting on how well I look....I was under a lot of stress from someone at work off loading their troubles to me for months. I have left that job.
    Stress plays havoc on our health so keep doing the things you love which bring you periods of happiness while you are going through an awful period. Xx

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  43. Wash or disinfect your hands *every* time you touch something in public. Grocery carts, gas pump handles, door knobs, public pens for signing credit card receipts etc ALL harbor germs. Just think of the snot nosed kid who sat in the grocery cart picking its nose right before you used it! Keep a container of antiseptic wipes in your car and use every time, wipe the keys and steering wheel too.///Wash your hands every time you come inside the house.///No shoes in the house. Wear clean slippers.// ///Don't touch your face.///wash clothes worn in public in hot water, often.//Avoid large groups of people like on trains and theaters too.

    //Get more rest.

    lizzy

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    1. I once shared a room on a gyno ward with a lady whose age was difficult to guess (I myself was about 23). She was a hoot - and knew it. Never ever have I met anyone since who could laugh at, and make fun of, her OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) as much as she did. She washed her hands all the time. It was quite fascinating. "I can't help it", she said. And then cracked a joke.

      Being the nationality I am (not British), I am considered fastidious as to hygiene. But not to the extent you describe. You are joking, aren't you?

      U

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    3. My advice was for John as to how to reduce the number of colds he gets. If you all feel it is OCD and overly germaphobic, do not do all, just what you can. If you don't want to wash your hands and follow some hygiene suggestions then don't complain when you get sick.

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    4. PS Just remember the snot nosed kid who sat in your grocery cart just before you used it.

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  44. I think you need to hang out with people who make you laugh and laugh and laugh.
    I’m gobsmacked at how germaphobe your readers are. I guess it works for them, but really, who has time for all that. Our immune systems are made to deal with the germs on random objects. More real honest-to-goodness laughter will help boost your immune system...maybe.

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  45. So sorry you have experienced so many colds. I tend to get one a year. I work in a germ infested environment (a middle school), and so usually I get at least one a year. I take vitamin C every day and when I feel a cold coming on, I try and take zinc. I don't know if this helps or not, but it is what I do. I loved your video...what a beautiful place to walk your dogs.

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  46. Anonymous6:00 pm

    18 monthes ago l got Pertussis (on the rise for tbe over 45's!) and it would not go away!
    Apart from prescribed medicines, since then, l have got into the habit of a little afternoon lie-down with a play on radio 4 or radio 4 extra, no gadding about or over thinking, just relax/chill out and have a little sleep if you like.
    I feel better for this change in routine, try it!
    Tess x

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  47. i rarely get sick and i've had 4 colds since new years. i swear, it's the same one too. i'm not sure if it ever totally goes away but then comes back again worse than ever.i know quite a few people that have had the same thing happen. maybe it's the type of bug that is going around this year.

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  48. 25mg. gel cap of CBD oil per day for its anti-inflammatory capacities.

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  49. Everything I'd advise (enough rest, handwashing before touching eyes or nose, blood workup) has already been said. If this is new for you, I'd especially go with the bloodwork.

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  50. It’s not hay fever by any chance? The symptoms are virtually co-terminus.

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  51. In ten years I have only caught a cold once, though they have been prevalent with many people I spent time with. My two part strategy for not contracting contagious illness is fairly simple.
    First, when in public I never touch my mouth, nose, eyes or ears unless it's done with a clean napkin or tissue. Virus will multiply quickly on any moist/mucous membrane so those need to be protected.
    Secondly, despite my precautions should I still become infected, at the very first sign or symptom, I immediately heavily dose myself with echinacea.(5000-10000mg daily) That stops whatever had begun in it's tracks because my body has not adjusted to the effects of echinacea on a daily basis, as I save using it only to overcome a viral infection. Hope you feel better soon,Mary

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  52. It's very simple, a cold is what happens when we feel sorry for ourselves. When you're out of your current slump, it will go away.

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  53. Not that we shouldn't feel sorry for ourselves at times. When those occasions arise, have a great sloppy wallow, with tears and snot, do it well and get it over with. It's going to be difficult, though, with so many uncertainties in your life at the same time. You'll make it. There are lots of people who love you. You'll love yourself again. XOX

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  54. It's so nice to hear your voice.

    It sounds like you're doing all the right things. Maybe a checkup at the doctor?

    The dogs are so sweet:)

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  55. Around here many people take a product such as Airborne or Zicam. Both contain zinc along with other helpful ingredients. I worked the front desk in a medical office for 18 years and was exposed to everything. Products like this did help a lot. Also wash your hands a lot and don't touch your face. Good sleep and lots of water help. Good luck!

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  56. I agree stress is a major factor. After my initial separation I got whooping cough and was ill for months. Nowadays it's an occupational hazard teaching wee ones. I swear by echinacea tea and elderberry syrup for prevention plus the usual honey/lemon combo when you've got one

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  57. Since I'm no Medical Jedi I Googled it and it seems stress and lack of sleep was mentioned a lot... along with it being possible allergies rather than colds. Since it's chronic I'd get it checked out just to have a professional opinion weigh in.

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  58. My advice will probably be ignored but offered anyway.

    SLOW DOWN x

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    1. Im on night shifts so i may have have just answered you x

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    2. You could snog your charges and spread the joy.

      I hope you and your charges have a peaceful night x

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  59. My feller NEVER gets a cold or flu. He takes massive doses of Vit. D and swears that is his tick to health.

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  60. Probiotics and kefir

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  61. Echinacea,( echinaforce by A Vogel) taken at first signs of a cold will halt it in it's tracks, a great immune system booster. don't know if it will be so effective on an established cold as i havent had one in about 7 years +. I swear by the stuff .Get a bottle on line or at health food shop John x

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    1. Food for thought.....i will do some thinking whilst on night shift tonight

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  62. Lots of handy hints mentioned giving you food for thought.
    I'll definitely echo the mention of Echinacea....works on the immune system. Take regularly or when you feel something coming on. Unknown (above) said it all!
    Garlic (in any form) Hot water with lemon + paracetamol wash your hands

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  63. Zinc. Just the tablets, doesn't need to be a fancy lozenge, etc.

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  64. Compromised immune system because of stress, uncertainty and bad sleeping patterns because of shift work. Maybe some obsessive hand washing could help and keep your hands away from your face.

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  65. French onion soup made with onion and garlic bith natural antiseptics or home made chicken soup or jewish penicillin. Helps the immune system abd helps u feel more comfy if u have a sore throat. Helps the body help itself. Also echinacea at the first sniff of anything wrong. Hot toddy made with whisky lemon hot water abd honey. Honey is good for you as well by the teaspoon. A nstural expectorant and helps with anything on your chest. All about being comfortable. Homemade elderberry rob is very good too. Lots of oranges and lemons. Dont forget vitamin d either. You have been through the mill a bit recentlty and it does take its toll. A hot curry to sweat it out. My nan would have prescribed a sweaty sock wrapped around the neck. However i would suggest a scarf it works just as well. Blueberries are good ss well as they help the body fight off any nasties so fresh blueberries every day will not do any harm either. Oh and finally last lits of hot ribena. Take care Tricia xx

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  66. Coming from another nurse it's the night shifts and the ongoing stresses from your divorce, impending house move and finances. You've gone from a life of surety - retiring, a stable relationship and home, to a set of circumstances anyone would find stressful. You're also working in an environment where you're likely to be exposed to more bugs.But you know all this! Another job John working days might help to do your system some good (appreciate you can't just conjure one). And a holiday in sunnier climes to soak in some vitamin D. Take care.

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  67. Keep trying to stay healthy and eventually you will be. You're tough. Tough time to get over, you will.

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  68. Lovely video everyone at their own pace love George at the rear tale wagging. I have no advice to give except this to will pass.

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  69. Oh no! I hope you feel better. I suppose it's hard working in health care -- you probably get exposed to a lot of germs. (Kind of like working in education, LOL!)

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  70. "Apart from stress and the body clock fuck up which is night duty"

    Apart from? That's enough to knock your immune system on its arse without help from anything else. I think stress should be treated like other chronic health conditions - prioritise rest, when you do activities make sure they're ones that fill you with joy or a sense of accomplishment, drink plenty of water, and above all be kind to yourself. If you get five minutes, read up (preferably while sitting in the sun with a cup of tea) on the PERMA model.

    And just on the off chance, stuff yourself with garlic, Echinacea and turmeric.

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  71. Last year was the same for me, but a bit better this year. I think it is just luck and maybe being immune to what the patients have this year. I like you are trying to take more care of myself, eating better and going to sleep earlier and more exercise. More oranges and kiwifruit to eat too.

    I hope you feel better soon.

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  72. You could try wearing a space helmet.

    Are you sure that you haven't become susceptible to hay fever?

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  73. Dear john you need elderberry syrup, i never made any last year as berries were hard to find, some years they are scant. but usually collect berries and boil with sugar to a syrup then bottle, if you make this year you will be ready for next onslaught of colds, google elderberry cold research, its interesting science. For now and until you have some berries, if I was your mum I would give you masses of honey and fresh squeezed orange juice and whisky mixed with ginger wine... .lots of fluids and lots of cuddles, from your pets? i suspect you need cuddles most of all xxx

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  74. The minute I feel a cold coming on I make myself a big mug of chamomile tea (any tea will do really) with loads of fresh lemon juice, honey and fresh grated ginger root...enough ginger for it to actually make your mouth tingle a wee bit.....I usually have this just before bed...its really comforting and the cold will usually be gone by morning.... I give this concoction to my whole family. We all swear by it.

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  75. You've already gotten some good advice, and I'll add mine even though there are those poo-pooing the germaphobe advice - But being in the healthcare field for probably more years than you, I'm an OCD germaphobe and I always think about those public surfaces I come in contact with. If you want some of our "office-industrial-surface wipes," I'll happily gift you send you some to keep in your car and/or at home. Just let me know.

    Healthy vibes coming from my corner of the US!

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  76. Just an adjunct to the vogel echinaforce i mentioned earlieris their ivy thyme that i take in the first instances of throat urti symptoms tastes like hedgerow but honestly kicks a zingy throat into touch . I keep both tinctures in the fridge door (good shelf life ) and use 15 drops in about 10 ml water ,knock it back and bed early (if possible) no sign the next day. 25 yrs in the nhs so exposed to lots, i don't tend to need it profelactically but you may just need boost ....i find the combo pretty unvincible. Hwyl x

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  77. Once you and things get settled, I believe you will see a marked improvement in your health.
    But until then......we swear by OREGANO OIL as soon a cold appears. 5 drops in a little water twice a day. Also zinc lozenges help too.

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  78. Another voice for zinc; I take pills every day or every other day in the summer when I find colds less likely, I really believe it helps ward off germs. (in addition to vit D and C which I also take every day.). Also the zinc lozenges to suck when you feel one coming on, can postpone the process till your immune system can gear up a bit. You're too far gone in this cold for that.

    My husband's ex-wife swears by echinacea. I've never tried it, afraid of it for some reason.

    Not a cure but dries you up wonderfully, no sleepiness, here (U.S.) it's over the counter nasal spray called Afrin: twice a day only, Oxymetazoline hydrochloride 0.05%, what my doctor countered with when I said too bad there's no cure for colds. Only supposed to use it 3 days so you need all the other stuff to get you thru the remainder. Mainly, go to bed as much as you can manage! (You knew that.)

    Be kind to yourself!

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  79. You mention Vitamin C but are you taking enough? At 1st sign of a cold I take 1000mg every hour or so
    A good one with bioflavanoids to aid absorption.
    Also as many others have mentioned Zinc should be part of your 1st line of defence.

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  81. adrienne from Worcestershire9:22 pm

    Echina-Force tincture plus vit C with Zinc at the first sign of a cold. Cold virus can live on hard surfaces (door handles, hand rails, banisters etc for a good few hours) I try to wash my hands a lot and not touch my face when I'm out (difficult I know) also in winter wear gloves.

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  82. No idea but watching with hope this is my third week of this cold type bug and it's like a boomerang.

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