How to Deal With Corona Virus
Corona Virus or Coronavirus is the common cause of respiratory tract infection (inflammation of the air sacs in the lungs). This respiratory infection affects millions of people worldwide and can lead to various kinds of complications. One of the complications is Coronavirus related urological infections (CRUIs). Such infection often causes the swelling of kidney or urinary tract tissues and leads to fever, lethargy, headaches, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea.
Corona Virus is also responsible for other respiratory problems such as sore throat, cough, fever, and yellow or green discharge from the nose. It can also cause meningitis and encephalitis. Corona Virus is caused by a bacterium called Coronavirus S ranks the second most common virus behind the flu. Older adults, children, and those with other chronic underlying health conditions such as lung or heart disease are at higher risk for contracting more serious complications form Coronavirus. Such complications include stiff neck, fever, and liver failure.
The symptoms of Corona virus are usually very mild. They usually show up after one week or even months. However, some people experience severe symptoms such as complications on the kidney or lungs. If you experience severe symptoms, see your doctor immediately. Such symptoms need prompt medical attention and prompt treatment. The following tips will help you deal with Corona virus:
o Proper hygiene is important. Always wash hands with soap and water. Avoid sharing personal items like towels, razors, towels, glasses, and bottles. It may be difficult to tell if you have contracted the virus if you are not used to regularly washing your hands, but you can use the swab test (which uses a collection of cells from the lining of the nose) to determine if you have contracted the virus. This is helpful especially if you have a strong reaction when your hands are washed. You may also want to invest in hand sanitizers to make the task of cleaning your hands easier.
o Try to avoid contact with sick people. If you are infected, you may be contagious to other people. As much as possible, try to limit your interaction with them. If it is necessary, isolate yourself from others. Your family members who may be ill with the virus should also isolate themselves.
These are just some of the tips on how to deal with the Corona virus. Remember that an illness does not mean that you have contracted the virus. It may take weeks before you can figure out if you actually have been infected or not. If you experience any symptoms, the earlier you can seek medical attention the better – the earlier treatment will be able to address the infection and any complications that it may cause.