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How to stay healthy all winter long

Posted by Julio Iturriaga

Winter is here, and many people are already feeling the physical effects of the season. If you are like a large majority of the population, now is the time of year where you come down with a cold, particularly as the weather remains so unpredictable. 

staying_Hydrated_featured.pngIf you want to avoid spending the next few months with a stuffy nose and sore throat, taking care of yourself must be a top priority.

One of the easiest ways to remain in top physical form is by drinking enough water throughout the day. It never hurts to be too hydrated, so drinking at least a few cups of water while at work and at home will help boost your immune system and allow you to fight off potential viruses. This will also help you recover should you come down with a cold or the flu.

Focusing on your diet will also be beneficial throughout the winter. While this is the time of year when many people let their diets lapse, it is crucial to consume enough fruits and vegetables. Cutting down on stress will also have an effect on your health, as the more stressed out you become, the more susceptible your body will be to letting the cold in.

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Posted by Julio Iturriaga

Julio Iturriaga is the manager of Sales and Business Development for Kelsey-Seybold Clinic.

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Topics: stay hydrated, health, staying healthy, stress, Healthcare

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