10 products we swear by for combatting end-of-season colds
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- End-of-season colds are at a yearly high right now thanks to fluctuating temperatures that provide a breeding ground for viruses.
- Since quite a few people around the office seemed to be succumbing to sore throats, coughs, and stuffy noses, I asked everyone for their go-to products and remedies used to treat and prevent common colds.
- I rounded up everyone's responses, which include a variety of natural products and cult-favorite solutions - most of which you can get on Amazon.
Here in New York, we're approaching that time of year when the sun is coming out a little more and the weather seems to be all over the place.And with unpredictable weather comes unpredictable work attendance due to pesky coughs, sore throats, or never-ending runny noses.
According to The Weather Channel, two agents that typically cause the common cold, rhinoviruses and cornoaviruses, tend to thrive in weather that is cool but not too frigid - making you susceptible to running into one of these nasty ailments right about now.
Nearly every day this week, one of my team members has been out of the office due to the end-of-season cold, which posed the perfect opportunity to ask them just how they combat their sicknesses. The Insider Picks team shared some products that they regularly use and I compiled them below, so hopefully you won't end up in their shoes.
Take a look at 10 of the most helpful products we use to treat and prevent end-of-season colds.
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