Before cold and flu season gets into full swing, arm yourself against germs. That's the single most important thing you can do," says Aaron Glatt, MD, president and chief executive officer of St. Web MD's experts have the goods on the must-have cold and flu remedies this season.
If a cold or flu does catch you, make sure your medicine chest is stocked with everything you need to relieve your most miserable symptoms.
Which brings us to the third problem: if you do try and change your perspective, get out and measure those lines, you will be quickly dispatched by a minivan to the face for your lack of faith.Unless you change your perspective, you never get to see the truth.Worse, much worse, you go through life confident they are three feet.When it comes to pain relief, you have a couple of options: a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) or naproxen sodium (Aleve). "And acetaminophen is an excellent painkiller as well." Aspirin has long been a medicine-chest staple, and many people continue to find relief from it today."Aspirin still helps reduce fever, and it's an analgesic [pain reliever]," says Thomas Tallman, DO, an emergency medicine physician and cold and flu expert at the Cleveland Clinic.Taking more than the recommended amount of acetaminophen can be hard on your liver, while high doses of ibuprofen have been linked to stomach bleeding.