Like hurricanes, flu can be unpredictable and severe so be ready.
The 2015–2016 flu season is turning out to be a late breaking season. Even given extra time and knowing that the annual calamity is coming to your home, your office or your kid’s school, I see with my patients all the time that they aren’t prepared to fight crucial early symptoms. Doing so is the best chance to minimize disruptions to your life.
If you are like most of my patients, you simply might not know what to do when you experience those first signs like fatigue and a tickle in your throat after seeing your family and co-workers fall to flu. We’ve been taught to take great proactive steps like washing our hands frequently and taking a multivitamin. Most people don’t know what to do, though, when they start to get sick.
Read the full article from Alternative Medicine.