Winter Health Dose: Tips to a Better Night's Sleep When Sick
If you're like many of us who have have fallen sick this Winter, chances are you've had trouble sleeping at night. Cold and flu symptoms are usually worse in the evening — with coughing, sneezing and trying to breath through a blocked nose making it difficult to fall asleep. Not only does all the tossing and turning affect your immune system, but it can leave you feeling drained and tired the next morning. So, to help you get back on your feet, and make tonight's sleep a better one, click through for these pre-bedtime tips.