Swine flu is caused by viruses. Swine flu symptoms are like normal flu. These symptoms are not exactly exclusive to flu but can also be caused by many other conditions. This makes the diagnosis of swine flu extremely difficult if just based on symptoms. It would require a lab test to tell whether it is actually swine flu or some other condition. It can be difficult to distinguish between the common cold and influenza virus in the early stages of infections. But a swine flu can be identified by a high fever with a sudden onset and fatigue.
Other symptoms of influenza include:
- Extreme cold and fever
- Body aches
- Sore throat and cough
- Abdominal pain
If you feel that you have poses these symptoms it is advised to immediately to have you’re physical check up. This makes the diagnosis of swine flu extremely difficult if just based on symptoms. It would require a lab test to tell whether it is actually swine flu or some other condition. If you want to stay in your house make a self quarantine so that the virus will not spread to others. Swine Flu or A(H1N1) virus can spread directly from an infected person, or by touching an object they recently touched, that’s why you should make washing your hands a habit. The swine flu virus can become airborne if you cough or sneeze without covering your nose and mouth, sending germs into the air. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, preferably those with Vitamin C to boost your immune system, drink plenty of water. Take a multivitamin every day to make sure you are getting enough vitamins and minerals. Keep these tips to keep you away from sickness because health is wealth.