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53% Of Narcity Readers Get FOMO When They’re Feeling Sick & Here's Something That Might Help

Don't let a cold stop you from conquering your day.

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53% Of Narcity Readers Get FOMO When They’re Feeling Sick & Here's Something That Might Help

Catching a cold and having to cancel plans is the worst. More than half (53%) of the 661 recently polled Narcity Canada readers said that they get FOMO when sick.

It's easy to understand why — getting sick can be a real letdown, especially when you have a long list of work to finish or a pal’s birthday party to pull off.

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Plus, being out and about with lingering cold symptoms just isn't the vibe these days. In fact, of the 871 Narcity Canada readers polled, 92% said they felt more awkward than ever coughing in public.

Canadians are already feeling the effects of cold and flu season, so now’s a good time to stock up on everything you need so you won't get caught unprepared when symptoms come to visit.

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You don’t have to give up on living your best life while you get over feeling ill. Make some room in your medicine cabinet for Vicks DayQuil Complete, and go into flu season feeling prepared.

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The information in this article is not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. Consult your health care provider before making any health care decisions or for guidance about a specific medical condition.

Kianni Reynolds-Lewis
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Kianni Reynolds-Lewis is a Staff Writer for the Studio department focused on sponsored content and is based in Edmonton, Canada.