Here’s how to treat a cold using your favorite cold medicine.
Warm up a container of ice in your microwave, which will help to warm the air around you.
The colder the temperature, the more likely the cold is to get into your system.
Use the spoon or chopsticks to gently pour ice water into a container, and allow it to freeze.
Take a cold medicine (usually a nasal spray or injection) and slowly bring it to your nose, exhale, and slowly squeeze it out.
This should get rid of the excess mucus and give you a mild cold.
Wait for a few minutes for the cold medicine to become less cold and then use the other cold medicine as a “snack”.
This should keep the cold going for a couple of hours.
Repeat the whole process several times.
The cold medicine should also keep the virus from getting into your bloodstream.
If the cold persists for more than a few days, then you should seek medical attention.
The virus usually clears up within a week or two.
But, if it continues for more time, you may need to take more than just a few cold medicines.
This article was originally published on Business Insider.