Viral fever during seasonal changes
A person may follow healthy diet, exercise regularly, follow every necessary step to keep oneself fit and healthy. However when there is a change in the weather he/she tends to fall prey to viral infections. The common questions arising in several peoples mind is , What is the reason for such sudden health issues? Is it to do with a persons immune system? Doesn’t a healthy lifestyle contribute to healthy living? Well the answers is very simple. According to the doctors, it takes time for a person to adapt to certain changes and by the time he/she gets accustomed to the environmental changes the viral has already attacked them. Hence they tend to fall sick periodically.
What are symptoms of viral fever?
When a person is affected by viral fever/infection they experience fatigue all through the day. The temperature would rise and fall as per the weather change. Body pains, cold, cough, irritation etc are the various symptoms of viral fever. It is advised that when one is affected by viral fever they wait out till the infections are completely cured, as such infection is self-limiting. If the symptoms seem to persist even after 3-4 days then its time that they surely need to visit the doctor.
How to treat viral fever?
Most of the physicians state that it is extremely difficult to stay away from viral fever. As long as one is exposed to the environment they are prone to such viral infections. However there are few necessary steps that can be taken to prevent viral infection to certain extent, these include :
- Following a healthy diet
- Avoid outside food, eat only homemade hygiene food
- Drink only bottled or boiled water
- Keep the surrounding clean
- Do not allow the water to get stagnated in front of the house
- Keep yourself covered properly
- Wash your clothes regularly
- Do not wear damp clothes
- Visit the doctor immediately if you feel the need for it
Viral fever has nothing to do with the age, it affects anyone and everyone. It’s only wise that we take complete care of ourselves and our family and remain healthy.