McCartney concerts postponed in Cruisin' Music Posted June 10, 2014 I heard Paul, and Tim Piper ( who puts on a John Lennon show), on Mother's Day radio broadcast, talking about songs for that day. Tim played a few bars of Elvis's "Love Me Tender". Paul sounded a little tired. maybe it started a month ago. It might be one of those things that go out, but over a few months, instead of weeks. There was something going around, and some people took two months or more, to recover. Mine lasted over one month. Usually, blowing my nose, especially after sleeping. Then walking, swimming helped reduce the nose problems. Sitting in the hot room, or steam room for a few minutes. But bring water or an electrolyte drink, if you stay for 20 minutes in the steam room. I do five minutes first in the steam room, then five in the hot room (Sauna room) Or, just five to eight minutes in the hot room, a retired pharmacist told me. Bring a towel with water on it, to breathe a little water into your lungs. Because saunas dry our lungs. Stretching exercises, to keep the body moving, at least once per day. I changed up my diet with all greens mixed healthy drinks. For salads, changing to balsalmic or vinargarette dressing, for the best blood circulation. As we get on in life, we don't digest food as well. So we can add enzymes that add that, naturally, with papaya, mangoes, or pineapple in the mornings.