rich emollient used in the management of eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.


It’s that time of year, and if you’re working in an office you’re probably surrounded by coughs and colds. A nasty cold bug started doing the rounds in the talkhealth office just before Christmas with about half of the team affected; the rest thought they’d got away with it. But no! Nasty cold bug v2 has struck.


So we’ve been discussing cold and cough treatments from making sure we hand sanitise after blowing or wiping our runny noses, to one talkhealth team member who rubs a well-known mentholated topical cream on her feet at night which she says works a treat and helps her sleep!

We’re keen to know what treatments you use when you have a cold, and what works for you. Let us know by commenting below and we’ll share your tips across our social media channels.



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3 Responses to Tickly coughs and dribbly noses

  1. Josephine

    I boil the kettle and fill the sink with boiling hot water. I then put a towel over my head and lean over the sink and breathe in the steam. I find it really helps to clear my sinuses AND it’s free!

  2. Sarah

    Wow this is fantastic news 🙂 Never mind honey and lemon, the best cure for a cough is CHOCOLATE

  3. Josephine

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