Common Cold - Causes, Symptom, Treatment, Home remedies for Common Cold

Diseases

Arthritis
Asthma
Backpain
Diabetes
Heart Attack
High Blood Pressure
Headache
Migraine
Depression
Disorders

General Ailments
Blood Disorders
Digestive Disorders
Gastroenterology Disorders
Respiratory Disorders
Fevers
Gynacological Conditions
Cardiology Diseases
Neurology Diseases
Cardiovascular Diseases
Medication

Medication Library: Information listing all medication & drugs in Albhabatical Order. Learn More..
Mental Health

Your complete mental health care guide, all information on metal disorders. Learn More..
Home Remedies

Treatment and Cure of all ailments and health disorders by natural homemade remedies by experts. Learn More..
Health Articles

Health & Executive
Life & Health
Health & Happiness
Heart Health
Lung Health
Dental Health
Eye Care
Stress & Strain
Your Health Diet
Fitness & Exercise
Planning For Well-Being

 

Home :: Respiratory Diseases :: Common Cold
 

Common Cold - Causes, Symptom, Treatment, Home remedies for Common Cold

What is Common Cold?

Call it coyyza or catarrh of the nose, a common cold is a very irritating condition. Sneezing, scratchy throat, runny nose - everyone knows the first signs of a cold, probably the most common illness known. Although the common cold is usually mild, with symptoms lasting one to two weeks, it is a leading cause of doctor visits and of school and job absenteeism.

While nothing except time can cure your virus, you can manage your symptoms with a multi-symptom OTC medication. Choose a cold and flu remedy that offers daytime formulations to keep you on your feet, and nighttime formulations to let you sleep. And be sure to drink lots and lots of water.

 

 

 

 

Health Home Health Blog Health Resources Policy & Terms Advertise With Us Contact Us

Your feedback and queries are greatly appreciated, keep them coming here..
© www.diseasesatoz.com All Rights Reserved.


Disclaimer: All information on www.diseasesatoz.com is for educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, please consult your doctor.