3 Debunked Myths about the Cold - Explained by ColdFix Health Expert
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3 Debunked Myths About the Cold

Do you have a runny nose? Does your throat feel sore and irritated? If yes, chances are that you have a common cold. As we enter into the winter season, there is no guarantee that we won’t be hit by the common cold, which is exactly why it is called the common cold. However, once you do come down with a cold and all of those uncomfortable symptoms, you can expect it to last from 3 days to a full week – so say goodbye to any plans that you made during that time.

The Myths

If you happen to catch a common cold and you are at your granny’s place, you will probably be given natural remedies and a long list of do’s and don’ts. As common as the cold is, the myths about this virus are extremely common too. Today, we will debunk the 3 most common myths about the ‘cold’ so that you can stay healthy when the temperature drops.

1. I Have Stocks of Vitamin C, Echinacea, and Zinc; The Cold Can’t Even Touch Me

Well, there is no denying that these supplements and minerals have plenty of benefits, but they can’t really save you from getting the cold. Taking vitamin C daily does not actually protect you from being attacked by the cold; if you catch a common cold, drinking juice full of vitamin C won’t alleviate the symptoms in mere minutes.

2. Flu Is a Formal and Medicinal Name for Cold

If you really consider that the flu is just another name for the cold, OMG!! We can’t even tell you how wrong you are in so many ways. Flu and cold are entirely two different things, no doubt both are extremely annoying in nature, but in reality, they are a world apart. The common cold and flu come from different viruses. Catching the flu is worse than catching the cold, as it stays in your body for a longer period of time. If it worsens, it can cause complications like pneumonia, bacterial infections or sometimes even hospitalization.

3. All I Need is a Dose of Magical Antibiotics

Some people think that all they need is an antibiotic. Antibiotics are great when used properly and they should only be taken when recommended and necessary. Taking them when you really don’t need them can make your body immune to several types of bacterium, and can make it extremely difficult for you to be cured later on down the line. That is why Cold-Fix is the perfect cold and flu remedy for you. It works with your own body’s immune system to shorten the cold and flu. It can also be taken daily as a preventative measure against the cold and flu so you can stay healthy throughout the year. In addition, rest, drinking plenty of fluids and getting a good night sleep can all make a difference and help you to get better quicker!