How can I stop myslef from getting sick a day before I go to the beach?

Question by :)): How can I stop myslef from getting sick a day before I go to the beach?
How to stop from getting sick. And tomorrow I’m going to the beach! How can I be germ free by tomorrow afternoon?
Please some health tips! You’ll get 10 points if I like your answer!

Best answer:

Answer by Mikala D
wash ur hands like every hour …
get lots of sleep and take medican and vitamin supp.

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Extreme Winter Swimming #2

Extreme Winter Swimming #2
Health Tips
Image by Andrey 747
Murmansk, Russia | Air -15°C / Water 2°C

This is me swimming on the 28th January 2012 in the Lake Semyonovskoye, Murmansk, northwestern part of Russia.

68°59′29″N 33°05′10″E

Ten Tips for Winter Swimmers

1. Always bring a friend.
2. Warm up your muscles before you go into the water.
3. Let your body cool down after the sauna and before you go into the water.
4. For your first time, just take a quick dip.
5. Dress warmly after the swim.
6. Drink warm beverages and enjoy yourself.
7. Never go into the water while sick or under the influence of intoxicants.
8. Wear a wool hat or knitted cap, gloves and special shoes if necessary.
9. Never jump in the water headfirst.
10. How many times you go into the water, how long you stay and whether you do it after the sauna or not are all individual choices. You should listen to your body to learn what works best for you.

Source: © 2012 Suomen Latu

Middle School Visit_01

Middle School Visit_01
Health Tips
Image by West Point Public Affairs
Since 2007, the NFL has promoted healthy lifestyles for the nation’s youths through the Play 60 program, and two members of the N.Y. Giants visited West Point Middle School Tuesday to motivate students to stay fit. Offensive lineman Jim Cordle and Domenik Hixon, wide receiver, provided tips on staying healthy and advised children to ration their time on video games and choose outdoor activities instead. Photo by Mike Strasser/USMA PAO

Middle School Visit_02

Middle School Visit_02
Health Tips
Image by West Point Public Affairs
Since 2007, the NFL has promoted healthy lifestyles for the nation’s youths through the Play 60 program, and two members of the N.Y. Giants visited West Point Middle School Sept. 11 to motivate students to stay fit. Offensive lineman Jim Cordle and Domenik Hixon, wide receiver, provided tips on staying healthy and advised children to ration their time on video games and choose outdoor activities instead. Cordle listed all the activities he enjoys while staying active, but also admitted, to the cheers of students, that he also likes video games. Photo by Mike Strasser/USMA PAO