Cysts often occur in many people in the hot season. "Summer Flu" is a colloquial term without a medical definition. The cause of the disease is numerous pathogens. "These viruses have nothing to do with real flu, influenza," says Georg Pauli of the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin. "Although there are symptoms of high temperatures, coughs or hoarseness, the causes are quite different viruses." A real flu often goes much harder.
What can cause summer flu?
u Causes of summer flu They are the same as in cold seasonal cold diseases: it is infection with viruses that occur especially during the summer. When people are crowded – for example, at summer festivals, outdoor pools, summer sales, buses or air traffic – viruses have very short paths: include cough, talk or kayate with his neighbor.
If heated and sweated body is exposed to increased leakage in the summer – for example, from an open car window or air conditioner – mucous membranes dry up and therefore can no longer function properly as a "protective shield". Therefore, it is more likely that viruses get caught in the body and cause summer flu.
With symptoms of colds, fever, fever, headaches, ear and throat pain, vomiting, diarrhea or abdominal pain often occur. Viruses can only affect all mucous membranes in the body, the Medical Council of Baden-Wrttemberg explains.
What Helps Against Summer Flu?
Countermeasures can be taken, inter alia, by healthy diet and exercise. Depends on the frequency, not the intensity. In other words, it would be better to yogurt every other day than to train at the gym once a week.
Summer grip is usually not dangerous and after a few days it is overwhelming. Physical protection, sufficient intake of liquids with cold drinks, as well as cold-bag calf cover contribute to rapid recovery. If the symptoms last longer than three days, seek medical attention.
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