Cure for Coronavirus (COVID-19) without Medicine?
What are the symptoms?
– Cough – that doesn’t seem to stop
– Shortness of breath
– Sore throat
– Aches and pains
If you experience fever or a new continuous cough you should self-isolate immediately.
As with other viruses such as colds and flu, taking it easy and looking after yourself are crucial to your recovery. You should:
– Drink plenty of fluids. Drink enough water to make your urine pale (clear). Avoid alcohol because it will make you more dehydrated.
– Get plenty of rest. Isolate yourself at home.
– Treat your symptoms with over the counter medicines.
One in five people who contract COVID-19 will require hospital care. Around 15% of cases experience a severe infection requiring oxygen to help with respiratory symptoms. 5% experience critical infections, requiring ventilation. Those at a higher risk of severe or critical infections include older people and those with underlying health conditions.
Some of the medications and treatments you might use to treat colds and flu will also help with coronavirus symptoms. Cough medicines or cough suppressants can help reduce your cough. Throat lozenges and remedies like honey and lemon may improve a sore throat.
If you have antibiotics lying around at home, do not take them to treat coronavirus. As it is a virus, antibiotics will not improve coronavirus. You should never take antibiotics that haven’t been prescribed for a certain condition.
When to seek medical attention
If your illness is worsening or your symptoms haven’t improved after seven days, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. If it’s not an emergency, contact NHS 111 online. If you have no internet access, call 111.
Use this technique at home to rid the body of the virus: