Beat the winter flu

massage, flu, remedial, remedies,As we pack away our board-shorts and farewell summer sun and plenty of vitamin d, we prepare for winter. It’s that time of year again, where that nasty flu virus begins to circulate in the chilled air. As the virus has reached it’s highest level in a decade within Australia, I’d like to share important tips and explain the relevance of a healthy lifestyle and how massage remedies assist in the strengthening of the bodies immune system.

I remember taking off many school days due to the flu, to be honest I enjoyed having a good enough excuse for my parents to allow me another day of school 🙂 Though, one day my father intervened on my master plan. He recommended I beat the flu through strengthening my immune system, prepare the body to fight against viruses. Apart from telling me to stay sober, say no to drugs and choose my friends wisely, I believe it is the best advice he gave me 🙂

Causes of the flu

The common flu is caused by a few viruses, that spread through direct contact. Typically, the virus spreads from an infected person touching objects like door handles which are then touched by another person. The virus infection occurs on mucous membranes of the mouth or eyes, of which symptoms will then develop in the next twelve hours.


As mentioned above, the key to preventing the flu virus is by allowing our bodies immune system to battle the symptoms.  Outlined below are a few examples that you can follow to prevent the flu virus from reaching you.

  • a healthy and balanced lifestyle of keeping active, eating a healthy diet and sleeping well are essential for the maintenance of a strong immune system
  • avoid infected surrounding people
  • wash your hands on a regular basis
  • avoiding antibiotics will help your body naturally fight the flu
  • a regular massage is a great healing tool for the body, a massage stimulates the nervous system, your lymphatic system, blood vessels and reduces overall stress and releases endorphins in the body which stimulate the immune system
  • treat tight areas such as the neck to eliminate headaches with self applied trigger point therapy or see me 🙂
  • avoid excessive usage of heaters and electric blankets to keep warm. Train your body to warm itself
  • stress less, stress is known to lower your immunity

Yours in health




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5 replies
  1. Noreen Mayer
    Noreen Mayer says:

    How severe is illness associated with flu? Each flu season, different flu viruses spread and affect people differently based on their body’s ability to fight infection. Even health children and adults can get very sick from the flu and spread it to friends, co-workers, and family. In the United States, thousands of healthy adults and children have to visit the doctor or are hospitalized from flu complication each year.

  2. Marcus Brooks
    Marcus Brooks says:

    Influenza, or “flu,” is a caused by a virus infecting the respiratory system, meaning your nose, throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs. Flu symptoms are usually more severe than those of the common cold and are more likely to affect other parts of your body. Flu also tends to come on suddenly, while colds can take a while to develop.

  3. Toby J. Frazier
    Toby J. Frazier says:

    Yes, antibodies made in response to vaccination with one flu virus can sometimes provide protection against different but related viruses. A less than ideal match may result in reduced vaccine effectiveness against the virus that is different from what is in the vaccine, but it can still provide some protection against influenza illness.

  4. Courtney Hanson
    Courtney Hanson says:

    While trying to destroy flu-infected cells, your immune system also destroys legions of perfectly healthy cells all over your body. This is why, even though the virus itself rarely ventures outside the lungs, the symptoms of the flu are so widespread, according to Michael Oldstone , a virologist at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif.

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