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  • the cove in 19 Corona virus is still spreading.

  • But while one early study found that 80% of cases air considered mild, the definition of mild can include a range of symptoms and still be painful, even though cases might not require hospitalization.

  • I have mild symptoms.

  • I'm coughing, but in my coughing once every minute, or is it every 10 minutes or five minutes?

  • And if that starts to get more and more frequent, lets him coffee every two minutes.

  • Now, every one minute.

  • And now I can't even speak to you because I'm running out of breath.

  • Those were the things that would trigger me.

  • Pick him phone saying, Hey, you know what?

  • Things were actually works.

  • That's Dr Ritchie Desai, the chief medical officer at Osmosis.

  • He says fatigue is the most common symptom of the coronavirus, but there are some other ones to watch out for, so typically it slows you down.

  • It causes fatigue and malaise.

  • You might be less inclined to get up and do work, maybe a sore throat.

  • So maybe some focal symptoms like that, Um, you can have a runny nose.

  • You can have some congestion in your nose that inflammation, your nose makes it hard to smell.

  • It can also affect your taste.

  • So all of a sudden things that you usually would really enjoy your not really enjoying those foods anymore.

  • Ah, lot of what I'm describing, to be perfectly honest, is a lot of the same sort of general symptoms or mild symptoms yet with, um, the common cold.

  • Likewise, the way to mitigate your mild coronavirus symptoms is largely the same way you'd relieve your typical cold.

  • For example, you would drink a lot of fluids.

  • You'd make sure those fluids have a little bit of salt and a little bit of sugar in them, because that way you get the fluid absorbed into your body.

  • So a great example that would be broth or soup.

  • You'd make sure, in general you're hydrated and that you're peeing multiple time today.

  • You'd want to to your fever and see if the fever is getting better or worse, and it's getting worse.

  • Maybe you take a medication like Tylenol.

  • The one thing that's different that you would do with Cove.

  • It is that you'd monitor symptoms really closely because if they're getting worse than you'd want to call and make sure you get seen.

  • The CDC says that if you're experiencing symptoms you think may be a result of Cove in 19, seek medical attention by calling your doctor first.

  • If you haven't underlying condition like diabetes, asthma, cardiovascular disease or cancer and you think you might have contracted the coronavirus, Desai says, you should be seeking medical attention immediately.

  • For those with mild symptoms, it's extremely important to monitor them to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

  • Do your best to limit contact with people.

  • Stay vigilant by washing your hands, cleaning the surfaces you use daily and monitoring your health.

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How To Treat Mild Coronavirus Symptoms From Home

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/10
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