A cure for the summer cold may be as close as the nearest mattress.
Researchers report that people who regularly get eight hours of sleep per night are three times less likely to catch a cold, than those who sleep seven hours and those who sleep fitfully.
Sleep, say the researchers, rebuilds the immune system.
Post Subjects Colds and The Flu
Americans are dehydrated seventy-five percent of the time. A loss of water can cause your metabolism to slow by as much as three percent or more.
One of the main reasons for daytime exhaustion is not drinking enough water.
Signs of mild dehydration include trouble concentrating, a lack of energy and constipation.