10 Symptoms and signs of Swine flu

A deadly virus Swine flu start killing people in India. Recently Bollywood Actress Sonam Kapoor admitted to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital due to swine flu . Now it Spread it many places of India. So here we decided to to write about 10 Symptoms and signs of Swine flu.

After reading this article you can educate yourself about the swine flu and its symptoms and create awareness in your family. This is the first and effective step that you can take to prevent it.

H1N1 type A influenza, the symptoms of swine flu are quite common to those experience in case of seasonal flu. The virus can be spread (by the people suffering from the condition) one day before the actual symptoms arise and around 7 days after the symptoms start to develop. However, in case of children, the virus is active for around 10 days and thus, the chances of infection are high in this case.

10 Symptoms and signs of Swine flu

Fever: As in case of normal flu, infection with H1N1 influenza virus also causes an increase in the body temperature (100 degree Fahrenheit or more). Known as the first-line of attack by the immune system, the body produces immune cells to kill the foreign bodies. This in turn causes the release of cytokines and histamines that increase the body temperature. Is swine flu completely curable? 

Headache: The second most common symptom after fever is headache. At this stage, you may get confused with common cold and flu. However, it is important to check other common signs to rule out seasonal flu. Read about 5 natural remedies for headaches that actually work!

Chills: Another common symptom that most people experience is chills accompanied by high fever. Although chills along with fever present a typical case of common cold and flu, it might signify infection with H1N1 influenza virus.

Diarrhoea: You may also experience diarrhoea or loose motions, which is quite common once the disease progresses. Also, it is quite common in children and adults usually don’t vomit (although in rare cases, they may suffer from diarrhoea or vomiting). Also, read can eating chicken cause swine flu.

Sore throat: Some people infected with the virus might develop sore throat. It may take some time after infected with the virus to develop sore throat. This usually initiates with a scratchy or dry itching in the throat and can also lead to lesions in the throat. Here are 6 ways to prevent a sore throat from worsening.

Cough: A common symptom the most people experience due to change in the temperature or drop in the temperature, swine flu can lead to coughing. It can be caused due to progression of a sore throat. Prevent swine flu with these 10 do’s and dont’s. 

 

Sneezing: As the infection progresses, you may also suffer from sneezing. This is the time when the chance of spreading the infection is more and the virus is more active. Hence, you should cover your mouth with handkerchief while sneezing to prevent the spread of the infection.

Blocked nasal passage: Nasal congestion or the feeling of a blocked nose can be a real problem affecting your ability to breathe. A viral infection is the most common cause of swelling of the nasal linings (a thin mucous membrane surrounding the nose) which in turn blocks the nose leading to breathing difficulty. Here are some common causes and remedies for blocked nose.

Fatigue: You may start to experience fatigue as the disease progresses due to inability of the immune system to fight with the virus. This is generally experienced after two – three days of getting infected with the virus. This is the reason, why you should take sufficient rest (probably stay inside) and eat healthy to boost your immune action. You may also like to know if a person lead a normal life after being affected by swine flu? 

Source- thehealthsite.com

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