Sleep may help to prevent the common cold
• Study concluded people with less than 7 hours of sleep were 2.94 times more likely to develop a cold than those with 8 hours or more of sleep.
To read the study go to Archives of Internal Medicine
• What’s the right way to blow your nose when you have a cold?
WebMD and other sources say one nostril at a time. It is recommend you press a finger over one nostril and blow gently through the open nostril. Sniffling only pushes the muscus back into the nose. Blowing both nostrils only creates an excess of pressure in the sinus cavities reducing and slowing the drainage. It could also shoot viruses or bacteria back into the sinuses.
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