9 simple but very effective remedies in the prevention of influenza A
Typical symptoms of the flu include a fever above 38 degrees Celsius; muscle pain, headache; dry cough; fatigue; nasal congestion; pharyngitis.
Simple measures to prevent influenza A
Enhance personal hygiene, wash hands with soap.
Cover coughs and sneezes with your sleeve, or use a tissue and then put them in the trash.
If you cover your mouth with your hands, you should wash your hands immediately after coughing or sneezing to avoid spreading infection to other items.
Avoid crowds: The flu spreads easily wherever people gather in large groups such as daycares, schools, offices, public areas.
Clean and open open doors of residences, classrooms, working rooms, regularly clean surfaces and items with antiseptic chemicals.
Daily health monitoring, if there is fever, cough, sore throat, notify schools, agencies, unions where they are studying, working and local health facilities to be isolated.
Everyone, especially those with chronic illnesses, pregnant women, the elderly, children should avoid contact with people suspected of having the disease.
Do not use medications on your own, especially antiviral drugs such as tamiflu, but follow your doctor’s instructions.