Everything we hear on the news today is related to COVID-19, but how about colds and flu? They didn’t vanish… They are still with us, lurking freely. No one wants to catch a cold, and since these days are pretty harsh and several coronavirus signs and symptoms are quite similar to the common cold, some would think they’ve contracted COVID-19.
Basically, if you caught a cold, you might want to stay in the comfort of your home, isolated from the outside world. Because no matter how much effort we put to stave off sniffles, colds always catch us by surprise, and instead of being judged (that’s what most people would do, assuming that you’ve contracted COVID-19, not the common cold), just remain indoors.
However, you can also prevent that by avoiding several mistakes. Certain things (and activities) tend to increase your risk of catching a cold, so why not minimizing it? Let’s find out together the mistakes we’re making that put us at a higher risk of getting frequent colds.