Chickenpox, or chickenpox, can be the result of infection, but the virus can also be caused by an infection.
Here are five ways to make sure you have no chickenpox.
Drink water, but avoid tap water.
Water has a high concentration of viruses, so drinking it will help keep you from contracting the virus.
Don’t drink cold or cold-water tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
Drinking hot or cold water can lead to an infection, and the same goes for tea.
Get up early.
It takes time to recover from chickenpox and this is especially true for young children, so it’s important to get up early and avoid being around people who might be contagious.
Keep your feet wet.
If you are on the road or on a hot, damp day, don’t wear a shirt or pants, as this could make you more vulnerable to infection.
Keep away from people who are sick or who are in close contact with people with chickenpox infection.
Chickenpox can be transmitted by touching or coughing a person, and it can also cause a person to be contagious when they are exposed to blood.
If you or anyone you know needs help, call your local emergency number or call Samaritans 24 hours a day, seven days a week.