How to deal with Flu in Children and Adults

How to deal with Flu in Children and Adults

The symptoms of flu in adults differ significantly in children. In children, flu is often mistaken for a stomach bug the reason is that the symptoms of flu in kids include vomiting, nausea and stomach pain. It is often a bit hard to tell when a child has flu, this is because of the symptoms as mentioned earlier. During the early days of flu condition in kids, it is quite intense than a cold, and it tends to be even worse at the beginning of the illness. Some of the symptoms of flu in children include a high level of fever which can raise the body temperature up to 40 degree centigrade.

 

 

A kid with flu will experience a sore throat and dry hacking cough. Shakes, chill and extreme tiredness are associated with flu in kids. It is known that the influenza virus is responsible for causing Flu, and the virus is of three different types, the types A, B, and C. The types A and B are not often experienced frequently rather, they cause yearly cases. On the part of type C, it creates the more widespread cases of flu but, its symptoms are often milder than that of types A and B. Flu in kids is highly contagious since they share close space such as what they do in school. Flu quickly spread when a droplet coughed by an infected person is inhaled. It can also be spread with the direct contact with spit or mucus of individual treating the condition.

Flu is a common infection that affects people of all ages. It is a viral infection that affects the throat, lungs, and nose. The medical condition is caused by the influenza virus and is associated with an increase in the chances of developing strokes and heart attacks in adults. The same influenza viruses that cause flu in kids are also responsible for the occurrence in adults, the types A, B and C virus. Older adults and individuals with a chronic condition have a higher risk of flu complications, however, obese people and pregnant women.

The symptoms of flu in adults include persistent or severe vomiting, confusion, shortness or difficulty in breathing and a sudden feeling of dizziness. Flu also has signs of pressure or pain in the abdomen or chest, severe cough, and fever. There are ways through which adults and children can avoid flu, one of the ways is by getting vaccination on a yearly basis. You don’t need to wait until you get the flu before you can start treating it, getting the vaccine will help to prevent the occurrence of the condition.

It’s never too late, before addressing any issue related to your smile, gums, teeth, and other oral or in general health issues, consult with Dr. Jean-Jacques Edderai. A dental prophylaxis or cleaning as previously mentioned including our check-up every three to four months will allow Dr. Edderai to keep a watchful eye on your oral health and prevent cavities or minor problem before they start. For answers to some of the most commonly asked questions, visit my FAQ page at https://www.northmiamibeachdentist.com/faqs/.

 

Remember the best advice from your Dentist “Unaddressed issues will never get resolved by themselves”.

 

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Mistakes to avoid when fighting belly fat

Mistakes to avoid when fighting belly fat

The fats that accumulate below the abdomen that form what is known as belly fat is called beta fat. This type of fat is the most stubborn kind to shift, however, with proper dieting and regular workout, results can be achieved. Most people that have belly fat got it when they eat more than enough food that the body needs or can digest at a particular time. The result of belly fat is a protruding stomach hence giving individuals an awkward physique.

 

 

If not adequately managed, belly fat can result in more dangerous conditions such as an increase in blood pressure, stroke, hypertension, and diabetes. The decision to lose belly fat could be the best decision someone with it can make in their life. However, it is difficult to achieve especially without patience and doing it the wrong way.

The intriguing part of the whole scenario is that most people trying to burn belly fat are doing it the wrong way making it a bit harder than it usually should losing stomach accumulated fats. Certain mistakes need to be avoided if you want to achieve great result when trying to get rid of belly fats, because following misguided advice may hinder any progress during belly fats burning. It is imperative to abide by specific guides to achieve optimum success.

Exercising Wrongly

Belly fats are stubborn to get rid because the lower abdomen is the energy store place of the body, so tackling it will involve something that has to do with the body as a whole. The mistake most people trying to get rid of belly fat do is focussing their exercises on the abdomen. Doing such workout will yield little or no progress toward achieving your aim. Focusing more on all round body exercise will benefit your belly fat more than an abdominal workout. Try to embark on high-intensity interval training such as treadmill sprints, burpees, and squats or any workout that will increase your heart rate will help more in getting rid of stomach fats.

Over Eating

Consuming excessively contribute in a tremendous amount to why people don’t get a result when trying to burn belly fats. You may be consuming a balanced diet, but too much of it will hinder any progress. It is often difficult for your body system to adjust to the changes when you start a new workout and diet plan, giving your body time to adjust to the changes will help you to contain any unnecessary craving for food especially those late night temptation.

Not having enough Sleep

If you are serious about achieving excellent result in getting rid of belly fats, make sure to get the right amount of sleep. Avoid things that will keep you awake at night, and ensure you get the recommended 7 hours of sleep every night. Not sleeping well affects weight loss, and since you have an aim of getting rid of a stubborn kind of fat, it is only natural to do the best you can.

It’s never too late, before addressing any issue related to your smile, gums, teeth, and other oral or in general health issues, consult with Dr. Jean-Jacques Edderai. A dental prophylaxis or cleaning as previously mentioned including our check-up every three to four months will allow Dr. Edderai to keep a watchful eye on your oral health and prevent cavities or minor problem before they start. For answers to some of the most commonly asked questions, visit my FAQ page at https://www.northmiamibeachdentist.com/faqs/.

 

Remember the best advice from your Dentist “Unaddressed issues will never get resolved by themselves”.

 

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