Can Drinking Water Refill When It Is Not Suitable To Cause Flu?
, is it not suitable to drink refill water can affect the flu? How to prevent flu that has not been directed to recover soon
Thank you for the question.
The flu called the common people is often different from the flu in the medical realm. Usually, by ordinary people, flu is used to describe complaints in the form of nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, and so on.
If you really mean such complaints you mean, this condition can occur due to various factors, for example allergies, exposure to dry air, entry of foreign objects into the nasal cavity, viral or bacterial infections, nasal polyps, nasal septum deviation, nasal swelling of the Konka, sensitivity to certain drugs, and so on. It could also be, the symptoms you mentioned occur because of symptoms of prodromal infection in other organ systems. Refill water consumption should not be directly related to the symptoms above. Although indeed, in some cases, the consumption of refill water that contains harmful substances in it can trigger inflammation in the throat and digestive tract, which can also spread to the nasal cavity. But more often, improper refill water consumption will cause symptoms of indigestion, such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and so on.
In most cases, flu symptoms as mentioned above can indeed be cured without having to take medication. How:
Multiply rest Do not over-contact with cold temperatures and dry air, including from air conditioners and fans that are too cold Take a shower with warm water and wear warm clothes You drink warm water at least 2-3 liters a day Don't drink and eat cold and artificial sweets Exercise every day Don't smoke Don't take any medicine without doctor's advice However, if the complaint does not improve within 1-3 days with the steps above, or if it appears shortness, fever, nosebleeds, and other more severe complaints, you should stay alert and go check yourself directly to the doctor or ENT doctor to be given the right treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.