Chills With Cold, Runny Nose, Cough And Belching?

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so this is how I did 2 days ago woke up from sleep and suddenly cold. Like my muscles feel cold (the same joints that are not joints). Previously I was also coughing colds. And I burp a lot. At first I thought I caught a cold and finally I took a hot medicine (medicine for Sanmol). And today I still often belch and still cough colds. My lower back and entire legs are still cold. My head is still feverish. And my tongue has been bitter since the beginning. I why about?

1 Answer:

Hello Annaannie,

Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.

A body that feels cold, coughs, colds, often belches, chills, and a bitter tongue, most likely indicates that you are having an infection. One of the most common types of infections that cause these complaints is a viral infection, for example in the respiratory tract, digestive tract, or other organ systems. Virus infection is easy if you come in close contact with other people with viral infections, live in a humid environment, the rainy season, or also have poor immune system (for example due to the effects of fatigue, malnutrition, stress, drug side effects, or disease others suffered).

It could also, in addition to viral infections, your condition is aggravated by other factors, such as bacterial infections, increased stomach acid, immune disorders, mental disorders, and so on.

The good, you consult yourself directly to the doctor if indeed the complaints that appear quite heavy and interfere with your daily activities. With a direct examination, of course the doctor can give you the best treatment, for example by giving several types of drugs, conduct further examinations (such as laboratories, x-rays), or maybe also refer you to the right specialist doctor (such as a specialist in internal medicine).

In the meantime, our initial suggestion:

Expand first to rest, at least 6-8 hours a day Drink more water (8-12 glasses per day) Vary your type of food, eat a little but often To make the tongue feel more comfortable, reduce spicy, fatty and greasy foods first Diligently brush your teeth and clean the tongue with a special tongue cleaner, continue with the mouth rinse using salt water. Don't smoke Avoid contact with allergens, for example dust mites, pollen, excessive cold temperatures. Use comfortable and warm clothing.

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