Cold symptoms

              Flu is a viral infection that attacks the respiratory tract on the nose, throat and lungs.

The difference between flu and cold:

 

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          Do you suffer from cold or flu?

You should know the difference between cold symptoms and flu symptoms.

Cold symptoms:

 

Cold is a milder respiratory disease, while cold symptoms can make you feel sick for a few days,

while flu symptoms stretch from a few days to weeks,

make you feel very hurt, and can cause serious health problems such as pneumonia and hospitalization.

Cold symptoms usually start with a sore throat, which usually disappears after a day or two

 Runny nose with coughing on the fourth and fifth days

Fever is not common in adults, but mild fever and children are more likely to have fever with cold.

   Flu Symptoms:

 

Influenza A Respiratory system caused by influenza viruses.

Can cause mild to severe illness, and sometimes may lead to death.

Influenza is different from cold. Flu usually comes suddenly.

Fever or feeling feverish/chills

Cough

Sore throat

Runny or stuffy nose

Muscle or body aches

Headaches

Fatigue/ tiredness

Most of them have vomiting and diarrhea and are more common among children.

When will you visit your doctor?

Most people who have the flu can treat themselves at home without having to visit a doctor

If you have flu symptoms and are at risk for complications, visit your doctor immediately.

  Taking antivirals within the first 48 hours, as soon as you notice the symptoms, may reduce the duration of your illness and help you prevent the most serious problems.

      Causes of flu:

 

Flu viruses pass through the air in the spray when a person coughs, sneezes, or speaks

You can inhale the spray directly or you can pick germs from something like a phone or a computer keyboard that you carry to your eyes, nose or mouth.

People with the virus are likely to get infected about a day or so before symptoms start for the first time up to about five days after symptoms start, but people sometimes cause infections for as long as 10 days after symptoms

Children and people with weakened immune systems may cause infection for a little longer.

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