In this current season, we started with an increase report of the flu. Many people, especially children, are experiencing this outbreak. It can be challenging to keep the spread from spreading because the mask mandate has decreased, and the flu is a droplet virus. Meaning that it can spread through the air. It is critical that many intakes vitamin C daily as a regimen.
Vitamin C is commonly known and mentioned many times. The question is how many are implementing and taking the steps to taking it. Vitamin C benefits include the following:
Helps with wound healing both internal and external
It helps to enhance the immune system
Acts as an antioxidant which is amazing to help rid the body of free radicals.
It is great to take iron supplements as it enhances the effect of the iron supplement.
Vitamin C can be ingested through supplements while other ways are through IV Hydration Therapy. To make it easy to implement by mouth is to start by making it convenient by adding it to your daily regimen, especially in the morning. Doing this will allow you to get it out of the way before starting your day.
You could also add Vitamin C infusions to your monthly regimen. Start taking 1 day out of your calendar and selecting 2 hours for your hydration care that will include Vitamin C and your drive time to and from your local IV Hydration Center. As always encourage family and friends to join you. Encourage them and explain to them the benefits of Vitamin C intake.
We encourage you to stay on top of your health. Ingest the proper nutrition that is needed. Do not allow yourself to give up on the necessities of life such as exercising, drinking water, and taking care of your mental health.
All of the above are necessary to live a productive life. Do not fall stagnant or become complacent. As we always say, these are not things you need to do in life, but this is what you must incorporate daily. Also if you have children please make sure they are consuming the proper amount of water and vitamins daily. Due to their exposure to other individuals in a small setting they are at increase risk to have viruses.
Flu Prevention Tips (CDC Guidelines):
Avoid Close Contact with sick people
Always cover your mouth and nose when coughing and or sneezing
WASH YOUR HANDS
Clean and disinfect your home, office spaces and cars.