My wedding isnt for awhile now however as im sat at my desk full of cold my question seems appropriate. I seem to pick up every cold going, the thought of having a runny nose, sore throat, heavy eyes etc on my wedding day just fills me with dread. Is there anything i can/should be doing in the run up to my wedding to try and keep these things at bay? I do try and take multivitamins (need to try harder to remember), keep hyrdated and get a good nights sleep but wondered if anyone has any tips/old wives tales
I so need to know this aswell! Im always picking up bugs constantly 😩 haha
Hi vitamin C and garlic pills good luck :)
Echinacia is a herbal remedy that helps strengthen the immune system. Start taking it a couple of weeks before you need to make sure you are not ill. Read the instructions. Use a good quality one like Vogel which can be bought at many pharmacies or places like Holland & Barrett.
Berroca is good. Also eat a banana a day and lots of avocado :) lots of vitamin enriched food. X
Try the busy-bs (I think they're called) from Holland and Barratt. It's a multi-vit but it is such a good boost to your immune system.
I'd go to the doctors and get your immune system checked x
Zinc is good for immune building especially against a cold. Multi vits are pointless if you have a balanced diet as you just pee them out. Balanced diet, enough sleep, plenty water and zinc.
I came down with a horrible cold the day before our wedding. The day itself I was fine! The adrenaline pushed the symptoms away somehow, for the whole day, and it was wonderful!
I take vitamin c tablets and always drink plenty, and use sanitising hand gel in the winter months x
Cooled boiled water with 2 slices of lemon a day i have a compromised immune system yet have not had a cold for a decade and believe its due to lemon water x
Get a blood test love, I always used to think it was mental how I got cold after cold, I went to the docs for something else, got a blood test and it turns out I have an autoimmune disease!
Could it be allergies? X
Fresh orange juice. Fresh fruit