Smoking When Chickenpox?
Good night. Can you smoke when exposed to Chicken Pox ??? …
Chickenpox is caused due to infection with the virus Varicella zoster. Symptoms include fever, rash, pimples that appear itchy, joint pain, and then the pustules will dry up into a scab and come off by themselves. Smallpox treatment is with antihistamines to reduce itching, reduce fever if fever, and antiviral.
As for smoking, smoking in general is not recommended, good for healthy people, especially for people who are sick (whatever the pain). There are no positive benefits from smoking. Smoking can actually cause adverse effects on body health, such as:
Heart and blood vessel disease
Increase the risk of stroke
Stomach acid disease
Other lung diseases: bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pneumonia, emphysema
Disrupt fertility and impotence
Therefore, I suggest that you start practicing to stop smoking, not only when you cure smallpox but also after you are healthy. Love your body and the people around you by not smoking.
Meanwhile to help the process of healing smallpox you can do the following tips:
Get enough rest
Drink plenty of water
Eat healthy and nutritious foods
Manage stress well
Light exercise according to ability
Don't scratch the itchy skin
Cold compresses to reduce itching
Wear loose and comfortable clothes
Adjust the room temperature to make it more comfortable
Keep your body clean by taking a bath as usual, but use warm water if you still have a fever, and don't rub smallpox
Do not share toiletries or cutlery with others for the time being
Avoid crowded places until smallpox pox is dry
Hope it helps you,