How To Manage A Cold This Winter

4. Tissues to go

How many times have you wished you kept tissues in your bag? Stop wishing and stack up on these.

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sleepaid5. Sleep aid

It’s bad enough that you’re congested, coughing and sneezing. Being sleep deprived only will make it take longer to get over the color or flu. Take this sleep aid 30 to 60 minutes before bedtime to help you get the rest you need. It includes diphenhydramine, the doctor-preferred ingredient.

6. CVS Health Airshield immune support

Keep your entire immune system healthy throughout the winter, even when you don’t have a cold. These orange-flavored tablets also work wonders when you’re flying and cramped up with hundreds of other people. The formula includes antioxidants, electrolytes and a 1000mg dose of Vitamin C.


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“Touching everyday items like door handles and other surfaces is difficult to avoid. To help combat germs, wash your hands frequently (especially after coughing or sneezing) with soap and warm water, for at least 20 seconds, and avoid touching your mouth, eyes and nose,” advises Papatya of CVS.

 

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Cold & flu season can be tough on you and your family. Don’t wait until it’s too late to get your flu shot, and be sure to talk with a pharmacist about an over-the-counter regimen for colds. CVS is your loyal health and wellness hub, with over 9,600 locations across the country!

This post is sponsored by CVS Pharmacy.