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The Easy Way To Manage A Flu This Fall

September 2019 - No matter how careful you are during the winter months and how hygienic you always try to be, catching the flu is often difficult to avoid when the virus is circulating around your family and friends. Sometimes, even applying copious amounts of hand sanitizer throughout the day cannot stop the germs spreading and before you know it, your muscles are starting to ache, your hands and forehead are clamming up with sweat, and your nose becomes increasingly congested as you fall victim to a horrible seasonal flu.

When your symptoms become apparent, it's important to manage the virus correctly, making sure you're putting your health and wellbeing before any obligations and commitments and ensuring the illness passes within a week. Stick to the management plan below to keep on top of your symptoms.

Prioritize Bed Rest

Bed rest is always important when you’re feeling under the weather, but especially when you're suffering from a virus that is contagious. Staying at home until your symptoms disappear will help contain the flu and stop it spreading any further. Not only that, your body will thank you for the rest as it will be working hard to try and recover. Sleep is imperative to speeding up your recovery, as your immune system can respond to a fever more efficiently when you rest. Make sure your bedroom is cool and quiet to help encourage a good night's sleep.

Increase Your Fluids Intake

Staying hydrated when you have the flu helps break down the mucus that builds up around your nose, throat, and chest, and will hopefully help avoid an infection in your lungs. The simplest way to do this is to drink lots of water, but fruit juice and sports drinks will help too. Add hydrating meals to your diet such as warming soups and vegetable broths to help ease any soreness in your throat.

Rest IV Miami can provide a restorative IV fluid straight to your home, so you won’t even have to get out of bed. Their flu fluid solution is administered by a nurse and packed with vital nutrients and vitamins that will help you get back on your feet in no time.

Try to Control Your Temperature

Do your best to control your core body temperature as having the flu can really make it soar. Have a digital ear thermometer to hand at home so you can get an accurate reading of your fever. Medication such as ibuprofen should help to gradually bring it down and will also help with any aches and pains that you’ll probably be experiencing as well.

If you feel like your symptoms are not improving or are even getting worse, do not hesitate to contact your local doctor or visit your nearest hospital. Flu can be fatal if not managed correctly, so it's always better to be safe than be sorry, but with the right management and lots of sleep and rest, your symptoms should steadily improve.

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