Causes And Overcoming The Flu Until The Eyes Are Swollen?
In the morning, I want to ask, why do I always have flu every morning, long time in the room with air-conditioning flu, the fan is exposed to the flu’s nose area, drink cold drinks directly to the flu, exposed to the heat of the flu sun, especially if contaminated with dust wow my nose immediately comes out of liquid until ” My eyes are swollen, turn to take medicine directly swollen my eyes? What are the symptoms?
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Common cold or flu is caused by influenza virus infection. Symptoms include tesumbat nose, runny nose, sneezing, headache, cough, muscle and joint pain, decreased appetite, red eyes, can be accompanied by fever and so forth. Common cold risk factors are decreased immune conditions (eg too young, too old, taking long-term steroid drugs). Some studies say that excessive sleep can weaken the immune system so it is more susceptible to disease.
Please note that flu symptoms are similar to those of allergic rhinitis (for example allergies to dust, mites, pollen, etc.), conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctival lining of the eye, which can be caused by viruses, bacteria and allergies), sinusitis (accompanied by tenderness of facial areas, fever, yellowish green mucus, generally have risk factors such as recurrent allergic rhinitis, nasal septal deviation or nasal polyps), irritation of the nasal mucosa / airway due to irritation.
The way to reduce the risk of colds and flu-like symptoms due to allergies, is to improve your immune system by exercising regularly 3-5 times a week @ 30-45 minutes (which are aerobic like jogging, biking, swimming, etc.), drinking at least 2 liters of water a day (recommended that the temperature is warm), eat a balanced nutritional food, multiply nutrition with rich sources of vitamin C, avoid saturated fats and excess sugar, get enough sleep 7-8 hours a day, avoid excess stress, cigarettes and alcohol. In addition, avoid ingredients that are thought to cause allergies and irritation. It is recommended to clean the bed every day, change the sheets 3 days, or avoid cotton mattresses, wear a mask to avoid exposure to pollution, avoid exposure to cigarette smoke or the room that was used for smoking.
In patients with allergic rhinitis, several research sources show the good effectiveness of "nasal wash" / "nasal irrigation" which functions to reduce / flush out allergens and irritants from nasal mucosa (using a syringe filled with normal saline fluid, or prepared nasal wash bottles for sale in some pharmacies). Sisters can also wash their red eyes after being exposed to dust (can be caused by allergies or irritations) with clean water on a regular basis.
If after doing the above the symptoms that you experience have not changed or worsened, it would be nice if you consult face to face with your doctor or ENT specialist for further evaluation and management, where the doctor may give definitive therapy (for example antibiotics if assessed there are indications), and symptoms (for example antihistamine drugs, nasal loosening and so on), but all of the medical drugs given must be accompanied by the above suggestions for effective and reduced recurrence.
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