We know that both prevent the flu as prevent flu in children (to prevent them from getting sick more easily or quickly), is essential to prevent this disease from settling in us, especially in the coldest times of the year.
Surely you know that, since a year ago, many news have appeared in the media in relation to a new and unknown flu that has caused thousands of deaths in the world: the so-called Influenza A .
While it is true that this disease is almost globally controlled, what are the differences between influenza A and seasonal flu ?
Differences between Influenza A and seasonal flu
To try to find some of the differences more features and highlights between influenza A and seasonal flu, it is necessary to know some of the most common and characteristic elements of the first.
For example, the Influenza A It is characterized because:
- Causes severe headaches
- Fever of more than 40º for several days
- Muscle pain
- Dry cough
- Fatigue lasts for a week or more
In this case, these are some of the most common characteristics of the Influenza A. Although one of the simplest ways to find the differences, is to try to know if the sick person was in contact with sick patients or traveled to countries at risk .
In any case, the best option is always to have the treatment and help of our doctor, who will indicate the possible solutions to the contagion.
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