The question is strange, of course. But it all depends on the incubation period and with a cold it is just like that. Usually it all starts with aches and chills, then a sore head, etc. I immediately try to drink Orvis Flu, an instant ginger tea. The headache stops and the overall well-being improves.
I wonder where you can read the statistics on the incidence of swine flu in 2016-2017. Influenza analysis was done only in FSB hospitals. And also the percentage of deaths from influenza ... and silence
Good afternoon! All viral diseases have an incubation period. This is the period during which the cells of the virus enter the body, divide (increase in number), are carried with the blood flow through the body to the target organs, affect them (the so-called symptoms of the disease appear). Every person has an immunity that prevents viruses from entering the bloodstream, and the longer the defense factors resist the effects of viruses, the longer the incubation period can be. There are many viruses in nature, all of them are a protein foreign to the human body; people may have different susceptibility to such proteins, as well as different reactions to their effects. Therefore, the incubation periods for different viral diseases can be from 7 days to 6 months. For any symptoms of ailments, you must contact a specialist and start timely treatment, vaccinate, monitor your health
Classically, an infectious disease resolves in 10-15 days. (sometimes 7-10). This is because our immune system lags behind.
Look: You have injected an antigen (antigens are some substances on bacteria that say for sure that they are bacteria). The system needs to do several steps:
1) Detect that there is a bacterium
2) Catch a bacterium
3) Digest the bacteria in special cells and isolate those on the surface the most ANTIGENS that are on other bacteria of the same species.
4) Secrete antibodies for these antigens. (these are proteins that, in fact, block bacteria
Because it's a myth. Maybe 1 day lasts, maybe 18. Most often 3-5 days. And so - any disease has a classic course, yes. Chickenpox is also usually 4-5 days of the disease itself, for example. And whooping cough - a few weeks
Is this normal ???