Fitness for all ages and stages from a girl who's made all the mistakes and talks about them here. Lots of oversharing, which hopefully leads to lots of encouragement and heart connection.
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Leslie,We actually do this at work. Working in a hospital, you can come across some really "funky" smells that you can't deal with-this helps big time!
You could do that with Toothpaste. A tiny amount just below eahc Nostril. Might be tolerable for a while at least :-p :-p.I'll admit I've tried that Toothpaste thing once or twice when I had a cold and it sort of has a decongestant action, but it also makes your skin a little cold, so it's so-so method.That epsidoe was'nt sponsored by Vicks at all was it? ;-) ;-).My only problem with that would be if I wanted to stop smelling something. A: I'd move away from it.B: Open a window.C: If I was on a bus the bus would mvoe away from he smell after a while, or if it was someone else, I or they would eventually get off, removing the smell from my vicinity.Frankly spending money on Vicks just for that purpose seems to be like a bit of a waste, but that's me :-p.Take care amd best wishes.:-) :-).Matt
Thanks for the suggestions everyone! Getting my mom bathed feels about as difficult as steering the Titanic, and when people don't bathe, it's not a good thing, and that's where the Vick's comes in.Think I'll try the toothpaste idea, Matt, as my nose now feels like I have the worst allergies. Maybe applying menthol run to one's nostrils every 10 minutes is not such a great thing. I now know this. :)
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