How To Manage The 6 Most Common COVID-19 Symptoms At Home

July 27, 2022

It's fairly common to experience COVID-19 symptoms these days that's why it's important to know how to manage them even at home.

The first few months of the year brought new hope for Filipinos as the number of COVID-19 cases continued to decline, thanks to the extensive nationwide vaccination drive that started that year. Another huge contributor to the decrease in positive cases is the fact that many Filipinos continue to exercise caution such as proper sanitation, good hygiene, and social distancing when going outside.

How To Manage The 6 Most Common COVID-19 Symptoms At Home

How To Manage The 6 Most Common COVID-19 Symptoms At Home


    However, the data for the past six months have shown that there is a fresh spike in Covid-19 cases that started happening again in early June especially since protocols have been less strict of late and many Filipinos have started to return to the office.

    Furthermore, it’s flu season and that’s why it’s natural for people to experience symptoms such as fever, muscle pain, and sore throat which are almost the same as COVID-19 symptoms. By this time, Filipinos are now accustomed to relying on over-the-counter medicines to relieve these symptoms.

    Here are a few tips to manage COVID-19 symptoms using over-the-counter medicines:

    1. Fever


    Fever is a temporary increase in body temperature, a way for the immune system to fight off an illness. Drinking plenty of water, taking a bath regularly, and dressing comfortably in a well-ventilated area can help relieve fever. It can also be reduced by taking over-the-counter medications like the Ibuprofen Advil Liqui-Gel.

    2. Chills


    Chills are involuntary body responses when the body is trying to regulate its temperature. Shivering and trembling cause the muscles to contract and relax which warms up the body. Wearing several layers of clothes, staying in a warm place, and drinking hot chocolate, coffee or tea can help manage chills. It can also be relieved by taking Ibuprofen, like the Advil Liqui-Gel.

    3. Muscle Aches and Pains


    Muscle pain is an aching or sharp pain in the body that can be a symptom of many different conditions. Gentle stretches and getting enough rest helps alleviate the discomfort of aches and pain. But for quick relief, Ibuprofen Advil Liqui-Gel can aid muscle pain as it absorbs almost two times faster than ordinary ibuprofen tablets.

    4. Nausea, Vomiting, and Diarrhea


    Nausea is an uneasiness of the stomach that often results in the urge to vomit. Nausea accompanied by vomiting and diarrhea makes the body lose electrolytes like sodium, which are crucial for the body to function. Staying hydrated with water, coconut water, oral rehydration solutions, or sports drink help the body to replenish electrolytes.

    5. Cough


    Coughing is a body reflex reaction to get rid of the irritants in the air passages. Boiling and drinking Lagundi leaves helps in soothing cough. Drinking herbal tea with honey also helps reduce mucus secretion and cough.

    6. Sore Throat


    A sore throat is a pain, or irritation of the throat that often worsens when swallowing, making it more difficult to eat, drink, and even talk. Drinking herbal tea like ginger tea and gargling lukewarm water with salt helps reduce swelling and irritation. Having readily-available medications like Ibuprofen Advil Liqui-Gel can also help with the pain that’s located a little deeper in the glands.

    Epilogue


    As everyone continues to face the current situation with courage, to feel more at ease, it is advisable to maintain a healthy body with proper nutrition and to have Ibuprofen Advil Liqui-Gel ready in your bag, which can help alleviate pain such as headache, backache, muscle, and joint pain, menstrual pain, etc.

    It is important to always read the label prior to use. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor. To know more about Advil, visit facebook.com/Advil-PH.

    For assistance, contact the Department of Health (DOH) hotlines via 1555 for all subscribers, (02) 894-COVID (26843), and through DOH Telemedicine partners at bit.ly/FreeTelemed. For more information, follow the DOH Facebook page and join the DOH Viber Group.

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