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How does heavy snow solar term prevent colds

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

at the beginning of December every year, people will usher in the cold snow solar term. At this time, the temperature drops more obviously and the possibility of snowfall is greater and greater. In such weather, people will catch a cold accidentally. Then let the old yellow calendar introduce to you how to prevent a cold.


cold water bath face wash your face with cold water every day, wash your nostrils with a handful of water, that is, gently inhale a small amount of water through your nostrils (pay attention not to inhale too deep to avoid choking) and blow it out again and again. Rinse with


saline. Rinse with light saline every morning and evening and after meals to remove oral bacteria. When influenza is prevalent, you should pay more attention to gargling with salt water. At this time, it is better to rinse your throat with salt water by looking up and gargling.

soak your feet in hot water for 15 minutes every night. Pay attention to that the amount of water should not exceed the surface of your feet when soaking your feet. Your feet should be red after soaking to prevent colds.

eat scallions raw. When eating scallions raw, you can heat the oil, pour it on the shredded scallions, and then eat it cold with tofu. It is not only delicious, but also can prevent colds.


massage the nasal groove, rub your hands together, and massage Yingxiang point (located in the nasal groove and the midpoint of the outer edge of the horizontal flat nose) for more than ten times after the palm is hot, which can prevent colds and reduce the symptoms of nasal congestion after colds.

wash hands frequently. Some viruses can survive in the place touched by the patient for 3 hours. Therefore, people who wash their hands often can stay away from colds. In addition, don't form the bad habit of rubbing your nose and picking your nostrils, so it's easy to bring the virus on your hand to the most vulnerable part.

drink plenty of water. A lot of water can take the virus away from the body and prevent dehydration (dehydration is one of the complications of cold).

aerobic exercise 30-45 minutes of aerobic exercise every day, such as walking, cycling and dancing, can greatly enhance the ability of human body to resist colds and avoid upper respiratory tract infectious diseases.

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