The Cause Of Fever Is Accompanied By Sneezing And Headaches
I want to ask, I was from the afternoon trainer, and a bit of a fever too, the head was also a bit heavy, when I got sick in the morning, there was a connection to the one who was busy right now or not? And what kind of first aid should I do?
Hello Rumi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints sneezing can occur due to various conditions. In some conditions sneezing can be accompanied by other symptoms such as nasal congestion, fever, coughing, headaches, muscle and joint pain, to shortness of breath. Some conditions that cause this include:
Viral infections such as influenza, COVID-19 Bacterial infections Allergic reactions such as due to cold, dust, pollen, etc. Irritation of the respiratory tract, for example due to cigarette smoke, vehicle smoke, or air pollution To determine the exact cause it is certainly necessary to do a complete inspection starting from physical examination to certain supporting tests such as allergy test, blood test, and so on. Related to the problem of COVID-19 which is rife, the main symptoms of the disease are fever, coughing, and shortness of breath. But other symptoms can occur such as colds, nasal congestion, muscle and joint pain, headaches, and so on. However, the symptoms of COVID -19 and other respiratory tract infections due to viruses are very similar, so they are not typical. In COVID-19 with a history of traveling to an infected area / country, a history of contact with a confirmed patient, and living / settling in a local transmission area can be considered to determine the diagnosis in the direction of COVID-19.
If the complaint that you are feeling now is accompanied by this history, it helps you isolate yourself at home and see a doctor immediately, wear a mask when going to consult with a doctor and avoid using public transportation.
For now things you can do are:
Stay clean and healthy with a nutritious and balanced diet, get enough rest and drink water, and exercise regularly Avoid cigarettes and alcohol Manage stress well Wash your hands regularly with soap and running water Avoid traveling outside and to crowded places Keep distance from others at least 1m If your complaint is not accompanied by the history above, it helps you stay at home and do a maximum of several things that can be done at home as above before seeing a doctor. If the symptoms persist or worsen immediately to the doctor for further treatment.
That's all, hope it helps.