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TOMORROW’S CLEANING NOVEMBER 09
So it transpires that, for me at least, H1N1
Influenza really is as bad as they make it out
to be. It is certainly not something to be
taken lightly and we should all ensure that
we take the proper precautions.
The Government already have some
fantastic advice online but here are a few
of my tips in avoiding and conquering
swine flu:
The thought of X-Factor cheers me up difficult without my beautiful computer and all
somewhat. of my “useful editor things.” It gives me
• Call your doctor at the first sign of any
symptoms.
It looks like a lovely autumn day and with this
something to do though, for which I am
thought I realise... I have not been outside
grateful for.
• Respect your doctor’s orders. Don’t
in 5 days! Call my doctor and ask when I can go back
return to work too early and try not to
visit public places where you put other
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into work. Have all my symptoms gone he
asks. Do I feel well he asks. Yes I do.
people at risk.
Starting to feel a little bit more human. Feeling
Do a little dance. I can return to work
• Drink plenty of water. That old adage
quite proud of myself – I, Charlotte Taylor, have
tomorrow. No more boring television. No more
applies to everything. You will become
conquered swine flu. Almost!
sat inside doing nothing.
dehydrated and you may not be able to
Still have no appetite and it sounds like there is
consume much else.
a dog barking somewhere in the room as I
• Take your Tamiflu. It does help. Do make
cannot stop coughing.
sure you complete your full prescription
Start plotting my return to work...
as if it is stopped earlier symptoms
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could re-occur and you could become
more susceptible.
Monday arrives and I sulk as I am not allowed
back in work. Respect to my colleagues –
• Catch It, Bin It, Kill It. We all know this
they are following Government
catch-phrase by now. So do it.
recommendations and allowing me a full
• Wash your hands or use a hand-sanitizer
week’s rest. But I am so bored! when available. There are many on the
I am working from home today, which is a little Goodbye swine flu!
market that are proven to kill swine flu.
• Have someone available to collect your
prescriptions and any other medication
you may need. Trust me, a lowly pack of
paracetamol will not be enough.
• And finally rest. It can be difficult when
you are a naturally busy person but
your job/hobbies will wait, your health
may not.
Visit the Directgov website for more
information: www.direct.gov.uk/en/
Swineflu/DG_177831
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