COLD AND FLU: MORE THAN INCONVENIENCE
Updated: Dec 26, 2019
December is here, officially kicking off the month of Christmas and upcoming New Year. But the truth is, there’s another season upon us — and it’s not exactly a festive one.
It’s a flu season.
Along with freezing temps come cozy nights by the fire, comfort foods, holiday shopping, and joyful time with the family.
However, being in crowded places such as train stations, airports and shopping centers increases our likelihood of getting sick.
Being sick isn’t fun, and neither is missing out on work, events, and life in general because we are under the weather. Let’s be honest, we don’t have time to be sick. Plus, no one deserves to run around with a runny nose and irritable cough while they’re exhausted.
The answer: Cold and Flu intravenous (IV) drip offered by Rejuvii.
IV drip therapy will not cure us of the cold or flu, but it can be a powerful tool for fighting these miserable infections. Cold and Flu drip focuses on boosting the immune system and restoring electrolytes and hydration lost due to the infection-fighting process. This natural approach to treatment helps to avoid the side effects of over-the-counter and prescription treatments, while boosting the immunity so we can feel better faster.
The Cold and Flu drip contains high doses of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that help boost the immunity. One of those vitamins is vitamin C which is a powerful antioxidant that helps the body fight off illnesses. B vitamins, Zinc, selenium, and our body's most powerful antioxidant - Glutathione - create the perfect cocktail for strengthening our immunity and helping decrease the amount of time we are sick. This drip will not only help to replenish fluids and electrolytes, but also cleanse our vital organs.
Your next plan of attack is to stay hydrated and listen to your mom’s advice. Research shows, there may be some truth to the idea that chicken soup can help ease the symptoms of a cold or flu. Some studies suggest that chicken soup may have anti-inflammatory properties which ease symptoms and shorten upper respiratory tract infections. Chicken soup also helps improve rehydration and supplies the body with vital nutrients and electrolytes to help the body fight off infection.
Just like in sports, sometimes the best offense for getting through a cold and flu season is defense.
Remember that prevention is the best medicine. There are several things we can do to keep our immune systems healthy and prevent illness.
This includes getting good sleep, eating healthy, avoiding alcohol, and washing our hands frequently.
However, if you feel that cold is creeping up and your immunity needs a boost, give us a call for a consultation about the benefits of the Cold and Flu drip.
Learn about us here, and book an appointment by calling us at: +1-224-372-3747