Natural Remedies — colds
Colds: Suffered by Individuals and by Society Sore throat, sneezing, runny nose—everyone knows the first set of these symptoms of a cold, the most common illness as currently known. Although the common cold is usually mild, with symptoms lasting 1 to 2 weeks, it is a leading cause of doctor visits and missed days from … Continue reading Common Cold Overview
From the name of the rhinovirus, you know they are the nose viruses. Rhinovirus cause about a 50 percent of all common colds. Rhinovirus grows at 91 oF (33 oC). As you know, the normal temperature of the rest of your body is about 98ºF (37ºC), so the cold virus would have a hard time … Continue reading The Rhinovirus Causes Most Colds
The cold virus grows at 91 oF (33 oC) — your nose and throat are the perfect place for these viruses to grow. (Couch RB. Rhinoviruses. In: Fields Virology 1996). That’s why the common cold is also called viral rhinitis (the root rhin- meaning “nose”). These viruses are not transferred through the blood. In addition, … Continue reading The Cold Disease Is in the Nose
Many disease-causing microorganisms exist in the nasal and nasopharyngeal cavities. The shedding of communicable infectious microorganisms in the nasal and nasopharyngeal cavities causes spreading of the disease from the upper respiratory tract to the lower respiratory tract of the carrier. Shedding also causes the spreading these infectious agents to other people through sneezing and/or coughing … Continue reading The Major Problems of the Cold Viruses are in the Nasal and Nasopharyngeal Cavities
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Generation by generation, people tell and learn what is the cold. During the initial stage of invasion and growth of cold viruses, your body’s immune system has a minor reaction. It is so mild that you may not feel anything is wrong. When the magnitude of inflammation, the fire in your nose and throat, becomes … Continue reading It Is Not Hard To Diagnose a Cold