Q. How should you treat flu?
A. See your doctor as soon as possible. He/she can prescribe an antiviral medication that speeds recovery IF GIVEN IN THE FIRST DAY OR TWO, of illness. Ask your doctor about a cough suppressant.
Drink lots of fluids so you stay hydrated.
Rest - This decreases deep breathing and spread to your lungs.
Stay in a warm environment. This keeps the cells lining your nose and trachea as warm as possible, which decreases virus growth.
Take acetaminophen, such as Tylenol, for muscle aches and pain, but not for a low grade fever. It is helping to fight the virus."
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