|LUDHIANA :The hospitals across city are witnessing increasing number of cough, cold and fever cases in the OPDs are almost full in different city hospitals. The city doctors advice people to take extra care of themselves and their children to avoid catching the infection in the change of weather. They have asked parents to take care of their children, old persons and themselves from the change of weather is always very bad for the people in terms of health.
The viral fever is common during change of weather and they get around more hundred patients on daily basis in routine OPD’s so city people should take care of hygienic levels. Dr. Ravinder, a private practitioner at the college road said that the precaution should be sought early to prevent the difficult situations in case of viral fever. He advised the patients to have fruits and juices to build immunity and for maintaining hygiene at home and work, use the safe drinking water by boiling it and avoid eating out and to move out from the home with proper woolens on the body.
“The viral infection affects people of almost all the age groups. Generally, it is tough to avoid viral fevers, but we advise parents to maintain hygiene level at the home, drink clean water, avoid junk food and take fresh food only, for keeping their children safe and healthy in the change of weather. For just few more days they should make them wear proper clothes to avoid any problem”, added the doctor.
The doctors telling about symptoms of viral fever say that it can be low and high grade fever, body pains, sore throat, runny nose, headache, nasal congestion, muscle and joint pains. They further advised the patients to take proper rest during fever or it could linger on further for many days and the concerned patient must take medicine from the doctors only. The patients should not become their own doctors and should only take the right medicine to get well soon properly on time otherwise, the infection can lessen down surely the energy in person.
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Change of weather gets OPDs flooded with patients
Feb 17, 2017 16:41:38Written by : Nidhi Bhanot