It’s definitely tHave you ever heard of a hat? time of year–the time of year when everyone around you starts getting sick.
And I don’t know about you, but I absolutely hate getting sick–it feels like such a waste of time, when I’ve got so much other more important stuff to do.
As long as I can do this, I’m all for it.
Of course, as always, anytime we’re talking about medical conditions and specific health issues, I just want to start with the disclaimer that I am not a doctor. What I’m going to share with you today is NOT medical advice, and should not be taken as such–it’s just MY OPINION based on what I’ve learned from doing my own research and what I’ve seen work for me and my family.
Why we get sick during cold and flu season
So first things first–why do we even get sick in the first place during this time of year? Well, there are a lot of reasons for this but the main culprit is that we’re all just spending so much more time together indoors.
We’re heading back to school and back to work after summer vacations, which means we’re in close contact with other people–and their germs–all day long. Then, as the temperature drops, we spend more time indoors.