The Definitive, Excellent, Really Good Guide to Not Getting Sick

We’ve all been there: stuck next to a sneezing, coughing person with no escape route, worried that the next day we’ll be the ones miserable with the common cold. As we kick off the holiday season and all of the hustle and bustle that comes with it, we come more into contact with germs, our bodies and immune systems get worn down and in come those dreadful common cold symptoms.

Fortunately, our Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy team is here to help to ensure you have a germ-free (or at least greatly reduced!) season! With the below infographic, you can steer clear of those dreaded cold and flu germs and stop your cold symptoms in their tracks.


Tips for Not Getting Sick this Cold and Flu Season

  1. Most Importantly, Wash Your Hands
    Wash with warm water for 40 seconds and carry hand sanitizer at all times
  1. Contain Your Germs
    Sneeze into your elbow and wash your hands after sneezing or blowing your nose
  1. Be Extra Healthy
    Hydrate, Exercise Regularly and Eat Well
  1. Take It Easy
    Get Enough Sleep and Take a Remedy with zinc gluconate at the first sign of symptoms

But if those pesky germs sneak their way in resulting in cold symptoms, make sure you try our Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy lozenges, which are clinically proven to shorten the duration of the common cold by almost half! If you’re looking for convenience and symptom relief, check out our new Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Plus Natural Multi-Symptom Relief Cold and Flu QuickMelts, developed with our unique formula including zinc gluconate, elderberry, peppermint, and licorice to reduce the duration of the common cold and help relieve cold & flu symptoms such as cough, chest congestion, and sore throat.

What are some ways you’re staying healthy and germ-free this season?

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