Thursday, December 3, 2009

Shots of Swine Flu possibly Too Little, Too Late

H1N1, according to the Centers for Disease Control, the best defense against flu, both seasonal and avian flu is the flu vaccine. Announced this week that the first deliveries of the nasal spray form, which is the vaccine. But before heading to the doctor or clinic for the local swine flu vaccine for the flu, you should know some things. The nasal mist is only for people from 2-49. It's like the health of workers, then offered to the most complicatons risk of H1N1. The plan itself will not be available until later this month and also for people at high risk should be offered first. What does this mean for you? Well, if you are a health worker, a pregnant woman to have an impaired immune system or are under 24 years must wait for their flu shot swine. Although one might expect, there are things you can do to prevent seasonal influenza and H1N1 flu. Try to stay away from crowds. If you go, wash your hands frequently and avoid touching the mouth, nose or eyes. In the case of the flu in your area, comprehensive, and must leave, use an approved mask to protect others from germs. If you really want protection, wear disposable gloves and throw them away when he gets home and then wash their hands thoroughly. Get enough rest, if you are overweight, try to lose some weight. Obesity is a risk factor for complications of influenza H1N1. Healthy eating fruits and vegetables and reduce the sugar and empty calories. Drink water to stay hydrated throughout the day.
Getting a flu shot may be the best protection against seasonal flu and H1N1 viruses. However, to be available to protect our health is in our hands.


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