Is this a “virus” or “bacteria” symptom?
When entering the changing of the seasons every time The weather around us will change dramatically. From hot to rain From rain to cold and from cold to hot For this reason, It’s easy to get sick with the flu. Especially young children and the elderly, as well as people with poor health , are more easily sick with the flu. When people have cold symptoms, most people often make the mistake of thinking that they need to take antibiotics every time. Report from ยูฟ่าเบท
Actually taking antibiotics to treat a cold is only necessary.
If the cold is accompanied by inflammation. So what types of colds do you need and don’t need to use anti-inflammatories?
Have you ever wondered Why does the disease not go away no matter how much medicine I take? When the antibiotics you take end up harming your body, it may be because you have drug-resistant bacteria.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Niyada Kiattiying Angsulee The manager of the Academic Center for Surveillance and Drug System Development (DCC) told us that Factors that cause the drug-resistant infection situation to not improve It’s not just Only Thai stuff All over the world it will be Same problem which will consist of many factors both awareness The understanding of health personnel may still play a part. Especially food or the environment People will receive The opportunity to know if there are antibiotic residues is rather difficult. Therefore, we emphasize that integration is very important to happen.
Dr. Supreeda Adulyanon, manager of the Health Promotion Fund (Thai Health Promotion Foundation), said that because Thai people do not yet have enough knowledge and understanding of drug-resistant germs as they should. With determination to solve the problem of drug resistance Which at present is an important problem. Thai Health Promotion Foundation has joined with The Drug System Surveillance and Development Academic Center of the Department of Labor Protection and Welfare encourages people to be aware of drug-resistant germs at the community level up to the national level. This year, Thai Health Promotion Foundation and the network have come together to announce their intention to solve the drug-resistant virus crisis. Drug resistant To create awareness and awareness among the public for the judicious use of antibiotics.
How to initially diagnose yourself whether the illness you are suffering from is caused by a virus or bacteria.
Caused by a virus, symptoms usually include a runny nose, coughing, or throat irritation or sore throat or hoarseness .
How to treat colds cause by viruses
Can heal on its own with enough rest. Keep your body warm and drink lots of water. It may take 5 – 7 days for symptoms to improve on their own. It is recommended to gargle with salt water to prevent further bacterial infection.
Caused by bacteria, 3 out of 4 symptoms must be present:
- Swollen tonsils or pus spots
- The lymph nodes under the front jaw are swollen and tender.
- Have a fever (more than 38 degrees Celsius)
- no cough
Method of treatment : Consult a pharmacist. Or go see a doctor to determine whether or not you should use antibiotics.
How to use the medicine correctly
- Each type of antibiotic It must be eaten continuously for a period of time in order to completely destroy the bacteria. The length of time that the medicine must be taken continuously may vary. It depends on the type of medicine.
- Taking certain antibiotics Special precautions for use, such as some types must be taken at least 15 – 30 minutes before meals, some types should not be taken with milk or antacids. This is because it will cause interference with drug absorption. Read the label before using medicine.
Consequences of inappropriate use of antibiotics
- Receiving antibiotics each time Creates an opportunity for bacteria to become resistant to antibiotics in the body. Because ingested antibiotics can eliminate both beneficial and harmful bacteria. Surviving bacteria then mutate to become resistant. Repeated exposure to unnecessary or inappropriate doses of antibiotics can lead to superbugs, or drug-resistant bacteria that have no cure.
- Increase the chance of drug allergy It was found that there were patients who were allergic to antibiotics and had severe symptoms. or death
- Frequent exposure to antibiotics in infants and young children increase their risk of obesity and being overweight.