This time of year, and especially under these financial circumstances, it is really tough to get a good night's sleep. When you throw in a cold or the flu, it can seem almost impossible.
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If you have a cold or flu and you’re having trouble sleeping at night, it’s going to make you feel three times worse than the illness alone. The benefits of sleeping, however, can make the illness go by a little bit easier. How to sleep better is a different process for each person, but there are some general things you can do when you’re sick to promote sleep that can help you stay asleep longer instead of waking up coughing or with that uncomfortable sore-throat feeling that’s so common with colds and flu.