Shortness Of Breath At Night What Are The Symptoms Of Corona?
doc, on 27-29 I have a meeting in Bali but I do not contact with Caucasians there, u003cbr / u003I hold my breath when close to Caucasians, u003cbr / u003 I am asking if I am a bit short of breath when I want to sleep is a symptom of corona? I don’t have the flu, and cough occasionally because of heavy breathing. but it feels when going to sleep, u003cbr / u003I sleep near the window that leads to the outside. Am I short of breath due to cold or shortness of breath due to moisture? u003cbr / u003I feel worried when exposed to the virus. u003cbr / u003If the 14-day incubation period means that it is almost 24 days but the visual symptoms are not the same as reported.
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Corona virus is a virus that causes Corona Virus Infection Disease (COVID-19) which began to spread at the end of 2019 and is now designated a Global Pandemic because almost all countries in the world are affected by this corona virus infection. Corona virus has a period of time since the entry of the virus to cause symptoms or also called the incubation period of 2 to 14 days.
Symptoms that appear on COVID-19 are symptoms such as mild flu such as fever, cough, runny nose, to severe symptoms such as pneumonia, namely fever, cough accompanied by tightness. For the diagnosis of COVID-19, there are groupings of patients with suspected COVID-19, namely suspect (Person in Monitoring) and suspect (Patient in Monitoring), which are distinguished based on:
Symptoms of fever and / or respiratory problems (coughing, spasms, sore throat, runny nose); A history of traveling to an infected country or area with local transmission for the past 14 days before symptoms appear; A history of contact with someone who is positive or strongly suspected of being infected with COVID-19 in the last 14 days before symptoms appear. suspect is a person with mild symptoms, one of which is fever or respiratory problems, accompanied by close contact with a positive patient of COVID-19 or a history of traveling to the affected area. suspect is a person with severe symptoms that needs to be hospitalized accompanied by close contact with a positive patient of COVID-19 or a history of traveling to the affected area.
If you might be exposed to the corona virus but don't experience any symptoms, then you don't need to see a hospital. Simply staying at home or independent isolation to limit contact with others. With isolation showering at home, your body will rest and shape your immune system more optimally so that your body can fight the corona virus properly.
To increase endurance, eat nutritiously balanced food, drink at least 8 glasses of water a day, consume multivitamins that contain vitamin C, and exercise for at least 30 minutes every day. HealthReplies.com also has a feature to help you check if you have an easy risk of contracting the corona virus. Please check the risk of COVID-19 here.
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