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Whether you read about it on the internet, or it was handed down from your mother, we've all got our go–to remedy when we're down and out.
Michael Rush of Sioux City, says, "We make 'homemade chicken mama's soup,' just because it's so calming and soothing. It tastes so good and it makes you feel like mom's wrapping you up."
Patricia Olson of Sioux City, says, "Oh, I usually take an antihistamine to try to ward off the sniffles."
Lance Dake of Sioux City, says, "I just like to get away from everyone and go to sleep and stay there as long as possible."
And Tom Hildebrand of Sioux City, says, "Drink an extra cocktail."
While health experts typically frown upon any kind of alcohol when sick, they do encourage you to "drink up."
Korie Lown, a Hy-Vee Dietician, says, "That's really important, to stay hydrated, so whether it's by broth–based soups, hot chocolate, coffee, tea. Those are really good ways to still keep some fluids coming."
Lown also adds, "Sleep's definitely important, too. Your body needs time to recover."
Aside from rest and hydration, supplements like Vitamin C can also help build your immunity if you're already eating a healthy diet and practicing good hand–washing. But when it comes to extremes, like those of Cheryl Plummer of Sioux City, "Get under a heater and put on a bunch of clothes and just let it sweat off."
Lown says it's best to stick with what's being preached by professionals.