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Wet Socks To Stimulate Blood Circulation
- Aug 13, 2018 -

The cold weather in winter and the ravages of the virus are the high incidence of cardiovascular, respiratory and immune system diseases. The US Journal of Prevention publishes the advice of experts in 10 fields.


Family Medicine Specialist: Focus on socializing. Rickel, an associate professor of family medicine at the University of Wisconsin, said that the study found that old boring does not go out at home, which is very harmful to immunity. It is a good way to enrich social activities, visit unfamiliar relatives and friends, and participate in volunteer activities.


Homeopathic doctor: Eat more garlic. Homeopathy expert Rosenberg said that adding garlic to cooking food is a convenient way to boost immunity. You can eat garlic every day and you can grind the garlic in the food. If you don't want to have a bad smell, you can choose garlic supplements.


Public health experts: often gargle. Greg, a public health expert, said that when the flu virus invades, it breaks through the mucus line in the throat. If you gargle in time, the mucus in the throat and the bacteria trapped in it will be washed away. Japanese studies have also found that the chance of catching a cold three times a day is reduced by 35%. Experts advise that when you gargle your head, tilt your head as far as possible, then spit it out. It is best to keep your mouth for 1 minute.


Acupuncture experts: needle prevention. Acupuncture therapy has become increasingly popular in the West. Experts recommend acupuncture treatment every 6 to 8 weeks during the flu season to increase resistance.


Epidemiologist: hot laundry. The study found that the flu virus can survive on cotton coats for 8 to 12 hours. Dr. Alison of the University of Michigan said that the method of washing clothes with hot water can reduce the virus residue, and after drying, the clothes can be ironed with steam, and the sterilization effect is better.


Internal medicine expert: Be careful with your child. Internal medicine expert Govatny said that the virus is kept on the child for a longer period of time. Their symptoms are different from adults, concealed and highly contagious, so wash your hands and kiss your children promptly, and take them to places where people are noisy.


Physiotherapist: Wet socks. Leslie, of the Canadian College of Natural Medicine, said that when sleeping at night, I can soak the socks in cold water, wring them out, and then put on a pair of dry wool socks. This stimulates the body's blood circulation, thereby enhancing the body's immunity. However, this method is not suitable for people with three high-grade chronic diseases, poor physical fitness, and foot ulceration.


Sleep expert: keep the rules. American researchers have recently found that people who sleep less than 7 hours a day have a three-fold increase in the risk of catching a cold less than 7 hours. However, Dr. Witt, a sleep expert, said that not only should he sleep well, but also have regularity and try to keep working at a fixed time.


Comprehensive medical experts: add Huang Qi. The director of the Arizona General Medical Center said that Astragalus is an herbal medicine that enhances the body's defense ability. Chinese medicine practitioners often recommend drinking with Astragalus root soup. If you know that you want to get in touch with a lot of people, you can drink a little yellow soup a few days in advance.


Sports Medicine Specialist: Drink some beer. Jonas, a German sports medicine expert, found that if runners often drink alcohol-free beer, their chances of developing respiratory infections are reduced, thanks to the polyphenols that have anti-infective properties. But if you drink alcohol-containing beer, if you consume more than 14 grams per day, it will be counterproductive.