symptoms can include any or all of the following:
- Body aches
- Runny nose and/or congestion
These symptoms, although uncomfortable, are generally not dangerous.The flu is not the same as a cold, although they share many of the same symptoms.
Initial flu symptoms include headaches, chills, and a cough. Symptoms such as fever, loss of appetite, and muscle aches are soon to follow. Other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are rare in adults but more common in children.
Causes of Flu;
Influenza is contagious, which means it can be spread easily from person to person. Viruses that cause influenza spread from person to person mainly by airborne droplets of respiratory fluids that are sent through the air when someone infected with the virus coughs or sneezes. You can inhale the droplets directly, or you can pick up the germs from an object — such as a telephone or computer keyboard — and then transfer them to your eyes, nose or mouth. Other people inhale the airborne virus and can become infected.
Natural Home Remedies for Flu;
The normal treatment for flu is rest and plenty of liquids. Treatment also includes ways to prevent spreading the flu virus, such as proper hand washing, keeping common surfaces clean, and coughing or sneezing into your arm or sleeve.
1) Chicken soup antiviral, Chicken soup really does act to knock out a cold or the flu and hasten healing.
2) Garlic Tea Immune Enhancer, A well-known immune system strengthener, garlic shines as an antibacterial and antiviral herb for fighting colds, coughs and the flu.
3) Red onion and raw honey cough syrup, A wonderful home remedy for adults or kids suffering from a cough uses brown cane sugar, raw honey or stevia and red onions to make a soothing and tasty cough syrup.
4) Mullein tea for coughs and congestion, Mullein tea is well-known for relieving chest congestion from coughs, colds and the flu.
5) Raw honey and lemon for sore throats, A mixture of fresh lemon juice and raw honey provides soothing relief for sore throats and helps stop the tickle that stimulates coughing.
Flu antibodies can prevent flu. The only ways to generate antibodies are to be infected or to get vaccinated. Because the flu viruses can change from year to year, vaccination needs to be repeated every year
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