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CATCH A COLD EASILY? READ UP!
There is no real remedy for the common cold. The best thing you can do is curl up with a blanket, make yourself a vat of chicken soup and wait for it to pass. However, targeting the most bothersome symptoms individually can help to bring relief while you wait for nature to work its magic, says German pharmacists' association Apothekerkammer Hessen.
Here is some advice on targeting the four most common symptoms:
If your nose is blocked, decongestant nasal sprays can help you breathe normally again, and will also help unblock the ear canal. However, you should not keep using them for too long, because it's possible to become immune to their effects.
For a slight sore throat, lozenges and sprays can help by temporarily anaesthetising the surface of the pharyngeal space.
The kind of cough that is brought on by a cold will usually fade away within two or three weeks, even without medication, the German Society for General and Family Medicine says.
A temperature associated with a cold can also be treated with over-the-counter medicine that contains the likes of paracetamol and ibuprofen.
As Malaysia has adverse weather changes 2-4 times a year, or sometimes even more thanks to the 21st century climate changes, it is sometimes inevitable 80% of the people around you suddenly catch a cold. Thus despite no matter how strong your immunity system, you still get down with one. However, with good nutrition and natural prevention "homework" done well, you can at least minimize the duration (or even nullify it!) and stay in condition! Tag a friend of yours that always catches a cold.
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I have shared my mental illnesses on here before, so I guess this shoulder be any different. I have a condition/disorder/disease called Cold Urticaria, also called “cold hives”. Most people don’t believe me when I say “I’m allergic to cold temperatures” most of them say “that’s not a real thing” and I’m getting kinda tired of explaining it so here we go!
Cold Urticaria is an auto immune disease (as far as I know, please do correct me if I am wrong) that can cause hives when exposed to cold temperatures/water for an extended amount of time. I have to carry around an epinephrine dispenser, EpiPen, in case I go into anaphylactic shock. So winter, my favorite season, is very dangerous for me. I just thought that I would share it with you guys.