Fatigue as a warning signal
Colds and flu are contagious respiratory diseases of viral origin. To prevent the disease from spreading, follow these tips.
One option for prevention may be vaccination. The best way to avoid a cold is to wash your hands regularly with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. If you do not have water and soap right now, clean your hands with at least an antiseptic with alcohol. To prevent the spread of colds and flu, contact with the patient should be avoided. Sick people should not share bed linen, dishes and cutlery with others without washing or washing them thoroughly in advance. Surfaces that we often touch need to be washed and disinfected, both at home and at work or school. This is especially true during periods of increased influenza. If you still have any questions, ask your doctor or pharmacist.