When you’re sick, it’s good to have some fun, even if it means feeling pretty bad.
We’ve written before about the best and worst ways to play video games, but here’s a tip for anyone who has just fallen into the flu bug and is feeling really lousy: don’t play any video games.
And don’t worry about it, because you’re not going to be feeling too sick to play.
It’s actually quite common for people to get sick in the first few days after a flu pandemic, and as a result, a lot of people find that they just want to relax and chill out.
But if you’re one of the millions of people who are currently being treated with the flu, there are plenty of reasons to stay at home, because staying home is really not an option.
Here’s how to avoid being in the flu trap.
Stay home from work or school until you get the flu Symptoms of the flu: mild fever, cough, runny nose, run a fever, shortness of breath, fatigue, and confusion, usually in the morning When you wake up: feel much better and feel your fever slowly diminish (usually within 2-5 hours) but it will still be around when you start feeling a bit sick When you go to bed: feel a little worse and feel that fever slowly decrease but it is still around when the symptoms start to return Symptoms of other flu illnesses: a fever of more than 101.6F (37.8C) and a cough of more that 100-104F (40-44C) which can be very irritating.
Stay at home when you’re home from school and you have to work While working or studying, your home is the perfect place to be.
But in the event that you have flu symptoms, your work environment is going to affect how your body responds to the flu.
If you’re at home with your child, you can work at home and keep your flu symptoms under control.
But this means that if you have a cough, it could take up to an hour for your cough to clear up completely.
In the event of a cough with flu-like symptoms, it may be too late to leave work and stay home with you, so you’ll have to leave school and come home.
This is why you should be home at least 6-8 hours before your flu-symptom symptoms begin to show up.
You should be able to get up and leave work within that time, but the best way to avoid this is to keep a close eye on your symptoms.
Your doctor may recommend that you stay home from your job to help you stay healthy.
If this sounds too good to be true, you probably are.
Stay outside all day If you don’t feel good or have mild flu symptoms when you get home from class or work, you may not be in the best of a situation.
This means that you should take precautions to stay away from places where you might be at risk of catching the flu while you’re away.
It also means that it’s important to get your flu shots every day.
If your flu starts affecting your health while you are out and about, you will likely get worse as the flu wears off.
But that’s ok.
If it starts bothering you too much to go out, you should get your vaccine at home.
It may take up a little more time than you would think to get the vaccine, but once you do, you’ll be protected from the flu virus for the rest of the day.
You can also keep a physical diary during your flu season to keep track of the symptoms you’re having, as well as any symptoms that you’re feeling more of. 4.
Keep an active lifestyle This is the most important tip, but if you’ve got other issues with the weather or other things that you need to worry about, it can also be a good way to get through the flu season without getting sick.
This will make you feel better when you come home and it will also allow you to have a relaxing and healthy way of living, so that you don: get more exercise You don’t have to stay home all day every day to get adequate exercise Your flu symptoms will be milder than usual (but you’ll still feel them) You will be able for a short time to enjoy the sunshine without getting too sick, and you won’t have the flu symptoms of the typical flu season It’s important for people who have other health issues, like asthma, to be active.
They can take regular exercise to get fit and keep themselves healthy, so it’s always a good idea to do this at least once a week if you want to keep fit and prevent illness.
Get vaccinated if you catch the flu You should get the vaccination as soon as you can.
Even if you don�t feel very ill, you need the vaccine if you get sick because you can’t get it from the vaccine or you’re already infected.
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