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I tend to get sore throats at least twice a year now, and it takes at least 3 weeks or more to get over it. What can I do?

Some people find that any cold or flu type of infection can affect a particular area of the respiratory system, giving rise mainly to specific symptoms such as sore throats, without the associated blocked nose, runny nose or sneezing.

We don’t really know why this happens, apart from understanding that people have specific ‘weaknesses’.

For recurrent infections, you will need to find ways to strengthen your immune system and resistance to infection.

You should look at your diet and lifestyle and also, consider the use of vitamin C as well as Echinacea.

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