flu virus h1 n1
H1N1 FLU VIRUS
First, the most important and simplest thing you can do: wash hands with soap and water frequently.
Wash hands thoroughly and regularly with hot water and soap.The flu virus can stay active on objects such as a door knob or phone for up to 48 hours. Anti-bacteria wipes or gels are effective as well. Be cautious of common usage items like computer keyboards, and office phones.
Secondly, when you cough or sneeze, cover the face with a tissue or sleeve; this will keep the flu virus from spreading.
Third, get vaccinated in the fall, preferably before mid October. The vaccine may not prevent the flu, but it can lessen the severity of it if you do get it.
The Centre for Disease Control believes that the Swine Flu travels from person to person much like seasonal flues do. The virus is spread through coughing, sneezing, and touching items that were touched by an infected individual. When one touches their eyes or nose, it easily allows germs to get into your body, so avoid rubbing or touching your face with your fingers or hands. Make sure you cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze with a tissue and be sure to throw it out.
Good nutrition, drinking plenty of water, exercise, and getting fresh air, are all suggested for proper immunity functioning.
Do exercises regularly
Eat healthy foods