Influenza, Seasonal Disease in Cold Weather

At first, thisĀ  virus may appear like a typical cool with a runny nose, wheezing and sore throat. Yet, colds for the most part grow gradually, though this season’s flu virus tends to go ahead all of a sudden. What’s more, despite the fact that an icy can be an irritation, you more often than not feel much more awful with this season’s cold virus.

Regular signs and side effects of this season’s cold virus include:

Fever more than 100.4 F (38 C)

Hurting muscles, particularly in your back, arms and legs

Chills and sweats

Cerebral pain

Dry, tenacious hack

Exhaustion and shortcoming

Nasal congestion

Sore throat

When to see a specialist

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