It seems like every year the flu epidemic gets worse and worse. I can honestly say I've felt "under the weather" a few times this year already and everyone I know has been sick at least once since Christmas. Everyone has their own home remedies to feeling better, I for one, enjoy a good rest and big bowl of chicken noodle soup.
Heartland America has plenty of items to make you feel better when you're feeling ill. The Electric Blanket will definitely keep you warm when you have the chills. It comes in multiple sizes so it's sure to be big enough and it's 100% polyester and has a satin smooth binding on the edge and an analog control with auto shutoff. The perfect way to warm up a cold.
And what makes you feel better than a nice foot massage? Spa's can be so expensive and when you're not feeling well the last thing you want to do is leave your house. This Electro Flex Foot Massager can give you a spa-like foot massage in the comfort of your own home. Comfortable and easy to use, this advanced
massager harnesses the healing properties of reflexology to help you
feel your best. It features 10 preset programs with 40 levels each to
provide a gentle and soothing massage.
While you're cozying up on the couch with your warm blanket and getting your feet massaged, you'll eventually feel good enough to eat and you'll want a nice home cooked meal. The Deni 4.2 Quart Pressure Cooker can cook a stew in only 30 minutes. It seals all the nutrients for you too, so you'll feel better in no time.
With a good blanket, a nice massage and warm meal you're well on your way to feeling better but the dry air always seems to make my cough worse. My doctor always encourages me to get a humidifier when winter rolls around. This SonicBreath Humidifier features ultrasonic technology that produces a
cool micro-fine mist, UV light that helps kill airborne bacteria, mold
and viruses, variable settings and whisper quiet operation. Plus it's portable so you can move it from room to room.
While the cold and flu season is holding you back from participating in all your favorite winter activities check out the Heartland America website for everything you could need to get you back on your feet in no time.