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Reoccurring cold
Apr 29, 2011
... times, but as soon as I feel a bit stuffy I use it and feel much better. Suppose to do it every day but I actually sometimes forget. Sniffing warm water in and out of your nose during a nice warm shower helps too. Just don't sniff in too hard or you will choke! Do a search on sinuse rinses. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Marie, I have been through something similar for the last two weeks... Fortunately, the green was minimal and it is clearing up rapidly. The first day i had a gutache, followed by shorness of breath and a rapid heartbeat upon mild exertion.... The next few days were chills when trying to sleep and a desire to bundle-up and sweat it out.... which I did. About the... (11 replies)
... good chance of it going into pneumonia. Started second round of antibiotic today. Thought it was about to clear and then last night took turn for worse. Muscles in my chest are sore from coughing so much. Sneezing and sinus drainage has been a big problem. ... (11 replies)

... m the natural side of things there are many thing you can do to help yourself at home. You add essential oils such as eucalyptus or lavender, or bergamot to your warm bath. Your body will absorb these oils which happen to be antiviral and antiabcterial and they will help fight the infection in your body. ... (4 replies)
... Maybe you would like to try putting 3 Ricola cough drops into a hot glass of water and let it disolve and drink it like semi warm . It helps me when I have a bad cough. ... (1 replies)
... And before getting in the bed, I drink warm water... ... (2 replies)
... Sorry about that, no need to take a cough med that will do more harm. Have you tried the "Halls" brand of cough drops? ... (4 replies)
Bronchitis or Cold
Jan 24, 2005
... It would be a good idea to see a doctor to rule out strep throat. Strep can cause serious problems in the future, not just now. ... (8 replies)
... bed, squirt few squirts, turn head slowly from side to side, say "kkkkkk" while getting up to keep solution from running down throat. Keeping the mucous reduced in sinuses will allow the body to do better job of healing itself, if possible. ... (5 replies)
... bacterial bug and waited 5 days before giving in to see the doctor. ... (12 replies)
... I found drinking , warm water with lemon and honey was something I did alot. I also took claritin to dry up the mucuous. ... (78 replies)
... t a mild headache. It wasn't much, but I could tell it was something. That was the beginning of a six week flu, which ended with losing my voice and hearing loss in one ear. I eventually got those senses back but I don't mind saying how scared I was during that time. ... (5 replies)
... Greetings Welcome to the healthboards! I am sorry about feeling sick, my sympathies they are not any fun at all. If the cough has a rattle in it there could be something more than a cold such as a pneumonia I suppose but without all the tests available to us the professional might be needed. ... (1 replies)
... Keep indoors in the warm and take Asprin or Paracetamol to ease the aches and pains. Hot water or milk with added honey and lemon are real soothing. ... (4 replies)
Increased phlegm
Feb 3, 2011
... You might be different but in my experience, I get lower back pain when I haven't been drinking enough water. For some reason, I start feeling lower back pain when I get dehydrated. ... (1 replies)
... cups of water to boiling on the stove. Pour it off into a bowl and then place it on the table and cover my head with a towel and inhale the steam. ... (5 replies)
... Next day I had a headache, but I think that it was just a hangover since I couldn't keep any water down the night before. ... (4 replies)
... on when the air is really dry, and maybe keep your window cracked a bit. This keeps your membranes from dehydrating, thus letting in all kinds of germies. Wash your hands all the time! ... (1 replies)
... a week and aren't getting any better, you really should consider seeing a physician. I understand that you're without insurance, but you may be putting yourself in greater danger by not seeking treatment. ... (2 replies)
... mugs of hot tea with honey for days now. I've gargled with warm salt water several times a day for days now. I've been taking Advil to ease some of the pain in my throat. I took NyQuil a couple nights to try to get some sleep. I tried Tylenol Sore Throat but it didn't do much of anything. ... (2 replies)


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