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Stay Warm & Healthy with These 5 Tools

As the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, it’s important to take steps to stay warm and healthy during the winter months. From improving indoor air quality to keeping your workspace comfortable, there are many things you can do to ensure a happy and healthy winter season. In this blog post, we’ll explore five tips for staying warm and healthy this winter.

1. Improve indoor air quality with Fellowes Aeromax air filters

During the winter months, we spend more time indoors, which means we’re exposed to a greater amount of indoor air pollution. From dust and pet dander to mold and bacteria, indoor air can be full of harmful particles that can irritate our respiratory system and lead to illness.

One way to improve indoor air quality is to use air filters, such as Fellowes Aeromax air filters. These filters can remove up to 99.97% of airborne particles, including pollen, dust, and bacteria. They also feature a True HEPA filter, which captures particles as small as 0.3 microns in size.

By using air filters, you can improve indoor air quality and reduce the risk of respiratory issues and illnesses. This is especially important for those with allergies or asthma.

2. Keep your workspace warm with indoor heaters

Working in a cold and uncomfortable environment can make it difficult to focus and be productive. To keep your workspace warm and comfortable, consider using indoor heaters. (also, check out this article on 6 Ways to Create a Warm & Welcoming Workplace)

There are many different types of indoor heaters to choose from, including electric heaters, oil-filled heaters, and ceramic heaters. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important to choose the one that best suits your needs.

Electric heaters are easy to use and affordable, while oil-filled heaters are energy-efficient and provide a steady source of heat. Ceramic heaters are also energy-efficient and provide fast and even heat distribution.

No matter which type of heater you choose, be sure to follow safety guidelines and keep the area around the heater clear of any flammable materials.

3. Drink tea for the health benefits

Drinking tea is a great way to stay warm and cozy during the winter months, but it also has many health benefits. Tea contains antioxidants, which can help boost the immune system and fight off illness.

Certain types of tea, such as green tea, also contain a compound called EGCG, which has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties. Other types of tea, such as chamomile tea, can help promote relaxation and improve sleep quality.

In addition to these health benefits, tea is also a great way to stay hydrated during the winter months. Be sure to drink plenty of water as well to keep your body functioning properly.

4. Keep your medicine cabinet stocked with decongestants and preventatives

Winter is a time when many people are susceptible to colds, flu, and other respiratory illnesses. To stay healthy and prevent illness, it’s important to keep your medicine cabinet stocked with decongestants and other preventatives.

Nasal decongestants, such as Sudafed, can help relieve congestion and sinus pressure. Other over-the-counter medications, such as cough suppressants and expectorants, can help relieve coughing and congestion.

In addition to these medications, it’s also a good idea to stock up on preventative measures, such as hand sanitizer and tissues. By taking these steps, you can reduce your risk of getting sick and keep yourself and your colleagues healthy during the winter months.

5. Put tissue boxes in high-visibility/high-traffic areas

Finally, it’s important to ensure that everyone has access to tissues when they need them. Put boxes of facial tissue in high-visibility and high-traffic areas, such as common areas and restrooms, to make it easy for people to grab a tissue when they need one (or more)!


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