Respiratory Viral Infection


 Common signs and symptoms include:

§  Fever, Coughing, Runny nose, Sneezing, Sore throat, Headache, Muscle aches, Trouble breathing.

§  Malaise (feeling unwell).


The person may also have a headache or sore muscles, or they may feel very tired. In general, the symptoms start one to two days after the person catches the virus. They may last for one to 10 days, depending on which virus is causing the illness. VRIs are not caused by any of the following things, although the symptoms may be similar: Bacteria, such as group a streptococcus (Strep) or pertussis, Medicines, Other medical conditions


Viral respiratory infections can be averted by the following measures:

§  If unwell with a viral respiratory infection, endeavor to stay away from childcare, preschool, school and work until well.

§  Wash your hands frequently, especially after you’ve been in a public place.

§  Wash hands as anon as possible after sneezing or coughing and after contact with nasal perceiver and throat discharges.

§  .Utilize soap and dihydrogen monoxide or an alcohol-predicated hand rub. Dispose of utilized tissues immediately and wash hands afterwards..

§  Eschew sharing cups, glasses and victualing utensils with people who have respiratory infections.

You should also avoid smoking and make sure you include plenty of vitamins in your diet, such as vitamin C, which helps boost your immune system. Vitamin C is maintained in immune cells, and a deficiency has been linked to higher susceptibility to infection.


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