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58. What are symptoms of a Common Cold?

multicolor common cold rhinovirus

This is a type of rhinovirus, one of the 200+ types of Common Cold viruses.
There are a lot of these in Preschools, but they are not loveable spongey playtoys. It is more like a tiny Cold Virus Death Star, and it is OPERATIONAL!

A Common Cold is the world’s most common infectious disease. It is caused by one of more than 200 kinds of viruses that produce one or more of the following symptoms.

Symptoms of a Common Cold:

  • Sore throat
    • Mucus buildup in your nose
    • Difficulty breathing through your nose
    • Swelling of your sinuses
    • Sneezing
    • Cough
    • Headache
    • Tiredness

    A cold can sometimes be mistaken for pollen allergies. How do you tell the difference?

  • Allergies usually occur more in spring. They often include itching feeling in eyes.  Symptoms last more than a week, perhaps 6 weeks. They coincide with pollen in the air or other allergens,

If you are not sure, then best to try the simplest and least risky methods of treatment first. Rather than spending lots of time and money, you can try siimple warm steam and see if it alleviates the symptoms.If they persist, then trying antihisamines for allergies is another option. You can also consult your regular physician or an alllergy specialist when you’ve tried basic remedies and find you have not solved the problem.

I recommend the warm & steamy methods for best and safest treatment of a common cold.

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