How To Reduce Fever In Bronchitis Sufferers?
I have bronchitis. My fever did not heal. How to get the fever cured huh?
Thank you for the question.
Bronchitis occurs when the lower airways that connect the trachea to the lungs become inflamed. This condition can occur acute or chronic. In acute conditions, often the cause is a viral or bacterial infection. However, if it goes on chronically, it could be aggravated by exposure to cigarette smoke and other airway irritants. Not just fever, bronchitis will also make sufferers cough, throat phlegm, shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing up blood, excessive sweating, fatigue, and many other complaints.
Your fever is still possible because your bronchitis has not been treated completely. It could also be, this fever indicates that you have another infection, which is not always associated with an infection that causes bronchitis that you have experienced before. In addition, fever can occur due to exposure to excessive heat, hormonal disorders, inflammatory disorders, malignancies, side effects of drugs, and several other diseases.
In order for the fever to subside, try taking the drug paracetamol first. Do not forget, you also need to drink more (especially water), get plenty of rest, do not use physical activities that are tiring especially in the sun, eat a variety of healthy and nutritious foods, and wear comfortable clothes and absorb sweat. In addition, you also need to have your condition checked by a doctor or internist in order to be evaluated, whether your current complaint is purely related to bronchitis, or is there another cause whose treatment could be different.
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