Prevent the onset of colds and flu
We have all experienced colds many times. This complication can be easily eliminated or it can intensify and affect our lives. With some simple home tricks, colds and flu can be controlled. We want some medical advice that is less. Let someone know about the common cold.
Suppose you wake up in the morning and find that your feeling of lethargy yesterday has turned into a complete cold. In this case, your head hurts, your throat burns and you cough. Properly covered, it will withstand a great deal of adverse conditions for up to one to two weeks, otherwise it can last much longer. Unfortunately, there are common mistakes that prolong the course of colds and flu, and none of us pay attention to them. Familiarity with these mistakes helps us to correct them. We pretend we are not sick! Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to painting a picture about ourselves. “The most common mistake people make when they have a cold is not to stop and take care of themselves,” says Dr. Nilam Tanrahupal, an infectious disease specialist in New York City. Experts believe that putting pressure on the mind and body during a cold (even a common cold) aggravates the condition and prolongs the recovery period.