Flu Symptomatology

The main symptoms of flu are: very high temperature (to 40°C), muscles pain, joint pain, f pain in brows zone, temples, bright light phobia and excessive diaphoresis.

The desire to eat food disappears completely, sleep becomes worse; there may be a feverish state, delirium and even hallucinations. Later a lesion of respiratory system occurs ; there is an irritation in throat, tussis, nose is clogged, voice or absolutely disappears.

Depending on state of a disease it is classified as mild, moderately severe or very severe. At very severe disease nasal bleeding, cramps may occur, hemorrhages under a skin appear, syncope is possible. Very often nose alae and lips are affected with herpes. All specified symptoms may be not in everybody or declare somehow differently.

Implications of flu most often begin at once in an acute phase in 1-2 days after infection. Illness declares in different ways, especially in children and elderly people. It is connected with weaker immune system and promotes development of serious complications in the organism.

Acute symptoms disappear approximately in three days. Temperature returns to normal though it isn’t excluded that it may hold on about five days. Implications of tussis and bronchitis may remain within 10 days and longer. Changes in respiratory organs disappear approximately in one and a half or two months after the disease. Symptoms of fatigue and weakness also may last for some days and even weeks.

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