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Achoo! Cough! Sniffle…

It seems that all kinds of different winter viruses and bacteria from all the different countries—whether that be Spain, Denmark Norway, Finland, England, Canada, Ireland etc.—have come together on our Spanish coast, in an effort to attack as many people as possible.

Achoo! Cough! Sniffle…

2018 February Costa del Sol, S.L. Newsletter Achoo! Cough! Sniffle… By Anni Dahms Owner of the retail chain ANNI’s VITAL SHOP. Nurse- & Health specialist, Biopath and Nutritional Adviser. It seems that all kinds of different winter viruses and bacteria from all the different countries—whether that be Spain, Denmark Norway, Finland, England, Canada, Ireland etc.—have come together on our Spanish coast, in an effort to attack as many people as possible. The language is international: achoo, sniffle, and cough. You can hear it everywhere. I even received a call from Mexico, for help with a winter cold. It was my friend’s friend, who’d asked my friend to seek my advice about what could be done to relieve a stubborn cold. I asked which products he had in his house. A bit uneasily, he answered that he only had Omega-3 capsules left. Seeing as I was quite busy I told him, somewhat impatiently, “then give him some of those” and went on with my business. I never heard whether or not the capsules helped with the cold, but I did receive a joyful greeting and news that the man discovered that when he takes omega-3 capsules, he doesn’t get a hangover. At least that way he could take care of his job after a bender, which I guess is also not a bad thing. It‘s all about the immune system All well-known winter ailments come down to strengthening the immune system, supporting the liver’s functions, and making sure to eat healthy and clean. Especially after all the Christmas and New Year gatherings, and the long-distance travelling all with coughing and sneezing people everywhere. If your energy levels are low, you are more susceptible to infections. Often you don’t need more than minimal contact with an average infection, to be at the risk of getting infected yourself. Better to prevent than cure Schools and pre-schools are a hotbed of infection. If you have kids in school or pre-school, there is a high risk of stomachaches, colds, sore throats, and the flu. Many a running nose and sick days can be avoided and we all know it’s better to try and prevent than it is to cure. www.annivitalshop.com 1

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