Catch A Cold Every Evening.?
Good afternoon, why do I often catch a cold, almost every day?
Hello Bozki, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
So the term that is generally used by the public is colds, apparently not known in the medical world and usually everyone interprets colds differently. The doctor needs to know your complaint in more detail in order to help resolve your problem. Here are some complaints and causes related to colds:
Symptoms of infection
Usually caused by a virus, complaints include headache, joint pain / aches, fever / chills, loss of appetite, feeling weak upper respiratory tract infections
Cough, runny nose, swallowing pain, headache / dizziness, body weakness, joint pain / aches stomach pain / dyspepsia
Nausea, bloating, vomiting, pain in the pit of the stomach and feeling sore It is better to consult with a specialist in internal medicine, so that you can really explore the cause of your disease. The doctor also has to do a physical examination or laboratory examination to establish the cause of your illness.
Usually also 'colds' is influenced by our body's resistance. If we are tired, lack of sleep, or getting rained on can make our immune system go down and more easily infected by viruses. Also keep in mind that a viral infection does not require antibiotics and will heal by itself around 1-2 weeks.
Some things you can do include:
If your complaint is related to nausea, bloating, or pain in the pit of the stomach, then you should maintain your diet by eating regularly Avoid excessive stress Reduce consumption of alcohol, coffee, tea, and foods that are too spicy and sour. Eat smaller but frequent portions. to reduce nausea Get enough rest at night Drink enough water at least 2 liters in one day Hopefully this information can be useful for you.