How to tell if you are dealing with a virus
The best way to protect yourself against a new virus is to stay on top of it.
That’s what Mike Huckabee’s new book, ‘The New World Order’, tells us.
Here’s how you can prevent becoming infected.
What to do if you get a fever What you should do if your fever is unusually high: Get medical attention.
It’s not known exactly how the virus causes this condition, but it can be a result of a virus that has been circulating in the community.
If you’ve been exposed to the virus in the past or have ever had contact with it, get tested for the virus.
If the results come back negative, contact your doctor and seek medical attention immediately.
If it’s milder, avoid touching the sore areas and wash your hands thoroughly.
If milder symptoms appear, seek medical care immediately.
Seek medical attention if you feel sick and have difficulty breathing.
Do not use the bathroom or touch your face, neck, arms, back or stomach.
If symptoms persist, seek immediate medical attention and ask for medical assistance.
If they continue, seek urgent medical attention or seek help from a doctor.
If your symptoms are severe, contact a doctor right away.
If necessary, seek emergency medical attention by calling 911 or calling the nearest emergency room.
If that fails, call your local health department or go to the nearest hospital.
The CDC recommends that people take a cold pack to cool down.
If cold temperatures don’t help, take a bath and take an ice pack.
Do NOT wear gloves.
If a rash appears on your hands or skin, use your fingers to spread the virus out.
Avoid getting up in the morning and doing strenuous activities.
The virus has been linked to severe dehydration, so you should get regular water intake and exercise if possible.
Keep your temperature down if you’re overheating.
If people are experiencing symptoms of a cold, it may be necessary to use an ice bath.
How to treat a cold If you’re experiencing symptoms like a sore throat or flu-like symptoms, call 911 or contact the nearest local emergency room immediately.
Avoid touching your face.
Take a cold pill to prevent you from catching the virus and to help cool down your body.
If possible, avoid contact with your body parts, such as your eyes, mouth or ears.
If there’s no response from your health care provider, take the time to get a temperature test and see a doctor immediately.
Do what you can to prevent infection, such to get out of the room and use the restroom.
It can be difficult to get sick from a cold.
If someone is not sick, get medical attention right away if possible or contact your local emergency department or hospital.
If this doesn’t help or you are not feeling well, get emergency medical help right away or contact a physician.
If no one in the family is sick, you should talk to your family doctor about getting vaccinated.
What you can do to prevent being infected How to stop a new disease from spreading How to protect your family from spreading a new infection: Get regular health care.
Get medical care.
Seek immediate medical care if symptoms persist.
Keep up with your vaccinations.
If new viruses are found, seek help for symptoms and get tested.
If health care providers don’t see symptoms, ask them to come and see you.
Talk to your doctor about vaccination.
Get your doctor to test you and your family members to find out if you have a new or existing virus.