they are common infection of upper respiratory tract
it is one of the most common illness
cold is a mild viral infection of nose, throat and sinus
most infections occur in winters
It is a body’s way of removing foreign material
its not a disease but a symptom
it can be a symptom of various kind of disease like as mild as cold and flu or as severe as asthma or pneumonia , so it better to get it checked out by a doctor .
Flu is a contagious viral infection . it affects the nose ,throat and lungs . Mostly occurs in winters or at season change.
The symptoms occur between 2-3 days and last upto 7-14 days .
Most common symptoms are fever and nasal congestion .
There can be headache caused due to nasal congestion .
Your immunity also goes down .
If your temperature exceeds 101 degrees for more than 48 hrs
There is cough with pain the chest
Shortness of breath
Persistent sore throat and runny nose
No improvement within 7 days
It starts hurting when you swallow
Severe headache with fever
Garlic juice – it reduces swelling and inflammation , Anti oxidant and cleans out toxins from the body
Ginger juice – anti microbial , prevents blood vessel blockage , strengthen immune system , fights chest infection and coughs
Lemon juice – promote immunity , fight infection , strong antibacterial , antiviral , fight infection
Honey – clears mucus from nose and throat , nutrition rich , heals stomach ulcers , soothes throat
Apple cider vinegar – treats allergy , removes tiredness
Turmeric – anti bacterial , anti inflammatory , anti viral , relieve chest congestion
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