6 Remedies To Help Cure Whatever Is Making You As Sick As A Dog
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6 Remedies To Help Cure Whatever Is Making You As Sick As A Dog

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6 Remedies To Help Cure Whatever Is Making You As Sick As A Dog
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6 remedies to cure your sickness during college, enjoy!

1. Drink lots of tea

Drinking tea with lemon and honey is a sure way to coat your throat and to provide energy.

2. Rest is key!

Resting and taking time to take care of yourself is vital because your body is fighting off a virus and the only your body can do that is if you take time to sleep.

3. Don't overwork yourself

If you have assignments do, do as much as you can and take breaks, so you rest and regain more energy.

4. Email your professor that you sick

Emailing your professor that you are sick is probably the first step you should do. In addition to visiting your school doctor to receive a doctor note. If you have a professor, who is stingy about attendance getting a note is your best friend.

5. Soup is a great way not to upset your stomach

When I'm sick solid foods sometimes causes me to terrible so eating soup, and soft foods like applesauce, toast, and oatmeal are a go to when I am sick. One of my favorite soup is Chick-fil-a's chicken noodle soup.

6. Take a shower!

Taking a hot shower can alleviate aching joints and settle head pounding headaches. Taking a hot shower is one of my many remedies when I am sick.

What are some remedies you use when you are sick?
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