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Cold without fever? Let’s find out how to cure it quickly


Having a cold without fever is more common than you think. Let's find out why it happens and how to heal quickly.

It is generally thought that when one is ill one must necessarily have a fever. The truth, however, is that you can get cold even in the absence of high temperatures . That doesn't mean you can overlook your malaise. Indeed, it is still important to treat yourself and take care of yourself, in order to prevent the problem from getting worse. To do this, however, at least in the first few days, you can start softer and monitor the situation.

Here, then, are the basics you need to know to heal quickly and without repercussions from any type of cold without fever.

Cold without fever: what are the symptoms

If in the face of a flu you always know how to act, calling the doctor, staying at home and taking certain medicines, in the case of a cold without fever, acting always seems difficult.
Understanding how to move and how much importance to give to it can be difficult.


If on the one hand it is possible to be treated immediately in order to avoid the problem, on the other we can limit ourselves to careful observation, hoping that the cold will pass by itself and without consequences.
Both options are still valid as long as the decision is based on the symptoms present and the extent of the cold. In this way it will be possible to act without too many thoughts and acting for the best.
Going to the symptoms, they are generally the same as a flu and among the most common are:

– Continuous sneezing
Sore throat
– Migraine
Chills of cold
– A runny nose
– General weakness

Based on their extent and how you feel from day to day, you can try to take care of yourself without the use of drugs or give yourself a little help with them.

How to cure a cold without fever

Colds in the absence of fever can also be cured without medication. Provided that the symptoms are mild and that one feels strong. The first thing to do is to maintain a stable body temperature by avoiding cold in winter and too hot in summer.
It is also important to drink a lot (both water and freshly squeezed juices, possibly without sugar, are fine) and to eat light but nutritious foods. In case of stuffy nose you can do nasal washing and, in the summer, you can help yourself with potassium and magnesium supplements.

If the malaise increases, however, it is better to seek the advice of your doctor and, if necessary, use over-the-counter medicines based on paracetamol or ibuprofen.
Obviously, if a fever should also take over (especially if it is high), things change and it is therefore important to contact your doctor to understand what treatment to follow and if there are infections to take care of.
By following these simple tips, positively solving a cold without fever will be much easier and will allow you to heal quickly and get back to enjoying everyday life with full energy.

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