During the winter months, it is important to keep yourself well and healthy. When the temperature drops the likelihood of catching a cough, cold, or flu increase! At Savers, you’ll discover everything you need to keep on top of your winter health, or to help alleviate symptoms of the common cold or the flu, from cough syrups and cough sweets to congestion relief and pain killers. Read more
There’s quite a difference between the cough, cold, and flu and knowing how to treat them yourself should help you feel fit and well again!
When you get a cough, it’s your body’s way of trying to clear your airways when it becomes blocked with particles, dust, dirt, and mucus. It can be irritating, but cough syrups and cough sweets can help you cough less.
The symptoms of a cold, or the common cold as it’s also known, will come on gradually and you could feel its effects for two weeks. With a cold, you will usually experience a blocked or runny nose, headaches, sneezing, and a loss of taste and smell. At Savers, you’ll feel spoilt for choice when it comes to relieving these symptoms! Here, you will find congestion relief and nasal sprays to tackle your blocked nose, or vapour rubs if you prefer! As well as big-brand names like Sudafed and Lemsip with max-strength formulas to help banish your cold.
Lastly, the flu is more than a nuisance it can make you feel really poorly! Symptoms are likely to come on quickly and could include a high temperate, all-over body aches, difficulty sleeping, tummy pain, and feeling like you’re going to be sick. For the flu, you must get lots of rest, drink plenty of fluids, and you can keep your temperature down by taking paracetamol.
When cough, cold, and flu season strikes this winter make sure you are fully prepared by stocking up on symptom soothers and pain relievers right here at Savers.
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