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We all hate it when the cold days come. Virus Proof Protocol Review We feel more uncomfortable and our daily routine is often negatively affected. The harsher environment can have a negative effect on all the organs of the body and what is worse the risk of catching a cold or the flu is substantially increased. This, however, does not mean that you have to surrender and accept the fact that you will suffer. The truth is that there are a number of things that you can do in order to protect your body and have the optimal energy you need.

Dressing warmly is of great importance as you need to sustain your optimal core temperature. The number of layers depends on the weather outdoors, but you should definitely try to avoid wearing tight clothes. When you wear lose clothes, the pockets of air between them help you to stay warm and cozy. It is essential not to let your feet get cold either, try not to wear tight shoes with thick soles and change your socks immediately after coming home from work.

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