Colds

Colds

The common cold, which is known simply as winter, is a viral infectious disease in the upper respiratory tract that primarily affects the nose. Throat, sinus and larynx can also be affected. Symptoms and symptoms may appear less than two days in contact with the virus. These may include cough, sore throat, runny nose, sneezing, headache and fever. People are usually cured within seven to ten days, but some symptoms can last up to three weeks. Occasionally people with other health problems can develop pneumonia. Well, more than 200 virus strains are framed due to the common cold, in which rhinovirus is the most common. . They spread through the air through contact with the infected people during close contact or indirectly in the environment, after which they are transferred to the mouth or nose. Risk factors include walking to child care hospitals, not sleeping well and psychological stress. The symptoms are mostly due to the immune response of the body, rather than the body's infection in the body.

On the contrary, influenza-influenced people can show symptoms similar to people with cold, but usually symptoms are more serious. In addition, the possibility of influenza influenza is less likely to cause nose bleeding. There is no vaccine for the common cold. The primary methods of prevention are to wash hands; Do not touch the eyes, nose or mouth; And stay away from sick people Some evidence support the use of face masks. There is no cure for this, but symptoms can be treated. Zinc can reduce the duration and severity of symptoms, starting immediately after the onset of symptoms. Any steroid anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen can not help with pain. However, antibiotics should not be used and there is no good evidence for cough medicines.

The common cold is the most common infectious disease in humans. The average adult has two to three colds in a year, while the average child can be from six to eight. During the winter the infection is high. These infections are present throughout human history.

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