The Best Gadgets to Keep You Healthy This Winter

By on 12/12/2017 09:10:00 AM

For many people, and in many places, the winter time is the harshest in terms of health and wellbeing. Colds and flu, infections, sickness bugs and chapped skin plague many people when the weather takes a nosedive, and it really isn’t pleasant.

The good news is, there are lots of great little gadgets that can help you to stay healthy in the Winter. Here are some of the best:

The Humble Dehumidifier.  Dehumidifiers might not exactly be high-tech, but they are a staple of many households, especially in the winter, because studies have shown that they are effective at combating airborne viruses, not only that, but many of the dehumidifiers you’ll find at this recommended site can also help to counteract the skin-drying effects of your home’s heating, for a softer, smoother, less painful winter too! Oh, they’re also pretty good at keeping your home’s woodwork in good shape too!

The Hot Rod Heated Travel Mug.  Drinking plenty of fluids, especially the hot kind, help to keep you warm when it’s cold outside, and everyone knows that hot chicken soup is a cold killer, so invest in this cool heated mug, which you can buy here, and which you can plug into your car’s cigarette lighter, and you’ll easily be healthier this winter than the previous ones. More importantly, you’ll be able to have hot soup anytime, anywhere!

A SAD Alarm Clock.  If you suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, a depressive condition you can find out about here, then you’ll probably feel extremely down in the dumps in the winter months. If that’s the case, you should certainly see your GP or a good therapist to see if they can help you out, but you should also invest in a SAD alarm clock. It will wake you up each morning with a light that mimics natural light, Sit in front of it for around 30 minutes each day, and there’s a good chance you’ll feel a lot better.

A Touchless Soap Dispenser.  It’s kind of ironic, but soap dispensers are a prime breeding ground for bacteria what with so many people touching them throughout the day. So, if you don’t want to end up with this year’s nasty flu strain, invest in a touchless soap dispenser of three and use them at home, in the office - wherever you go, for cleaner hands and fewer germs in your vicinity.

Visors for Your Side Mirrors. 
Another low-tech offering, these visors are inexpensive and about as basic as they come, but they could help you to avoid an accident on the road (they always increase in winter) by ensuring that you have a clear view behind you. Safety for just $6!

A Smart Thermostat.  When you have a smart thermostat, you can ensure that your home is always at the optimum temperature because, not only do the best models learn, and not only can you program them, but you can also control them from afar, so if you’ve forgotten to deal with the heating before heading out, you can turn it on before you get home, which means no more cold, bacteria-friendly conditions for you!

Stay healthy!

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Angela is a freelance travel writer and lifestyle blogger, blessed with 3 beautiful daughters, 5 moody cats, 1 spoiled dog, and 1 very supportive husband.


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