How To Prevent Flu So As Not To Attack?
I often get the flu once a week can be 2 times … Every time I wake up late JM 10 in the morning and zy immediately play hp smpe at 12 noon and not wash my face the flu must come .. Another if I wake up in the morning 7 AM immediately take the flu bath or not I’m going to attack .. What’s the cause ??
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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.
Keep in mind that flu symptoms are similar to those of allergic rhinitis (for example allergies to dust, mites, pollen, etc.), sinusitis (accompanied by facial tenderness, fever, yellowish green mucus, generally have risk factors such as allergic rhinitis recurrent, nasal septum deviation or nasal polyps), irritation of nasal / airway mucosa due to irritants.
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.
If after taking these steps the complaint does not improve, especially accompanied by fever that does not go down, tightness, tenderness on the face, immediately consult a doctor for further evaluation and treatment.
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