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Stay warm. Even if you're inside, don't be lounging around in a t-shirt and gym shorts. Throw on a fleece or a sweatshirt and get underneath a blanket. Take a long, hot shower... just be wary of running up the water bill.
Pump yourself full of fluids. Fruit juice is usually loaded with vitamin C
, which aids
the immune system. Sports drinks like Gatorade and Powerade contain electrolytes (sugars and salts that your body loses naturally). Other beverages such as tea and vitamin water also work.
Limit your diet. Don't be scarfing down cheeseburgers and fries when you first come down with the flu, unless you want it all to come back up. Start with soup (chicken noodle is a classic) and crackers, then work your way up as you start to feel better. "Binding foods" such as bananas and scrambled eggs offer some variety and provide essential nutrients and proteins
to help speed up your recovery.
Stay active, as difficult as it may seem. Definitely get some rest, but getting off the couch for a few minutes to do some push-ups or crunches keeps the blood flowing through the body. If you become lethargic, the sickness will only linger.
Remember to get your flu shot next year! :)