Whenever the body’s temperature is higher than the normal range, it is called a fever. Although we commonly hear that 98.6 degrees F, or 37 degrees C, is considered normal, this is not a set number that applies universally to all. Normal body temperature is different for children than adults and also can vary among individuals.
How to Break Fever :
- Drink Lots of Water
- Comfortable Clothing
- Tack Warm Shower
- Tack Vitamin Food
1. Drink Lots of Water
Your body can quickly lose moisture and get dehydrated by sweating or sneezing caused by illnesses, such as colds and flu, that are often associated with a fever.Aim to drink at least eight ounces of water every two hours. Dehydration can cause your temperature to rise and often leads to headaches, dizziness, muscle cramps, low blood pressure, and seizures.
- 3 liters of water is the daily recommendation for the average adult.
- To re-hydrate children, offer at least 1 ounce per hour for infants, 2 ounces per hour for toddlers, and 3 ounces per hour for older children.
2. Comfortable Clothing
Remove excess clothing or blankets that can trap heat and make a fever last longer. Try a layer of lightweight clothing, and one lightweight blanket or sheet for sleep.
- Natural fibers, such as cotton, bamboo, or silk, often breathe better than man made fibers like acrylic or polyester.
3. Tack Warm Shower
A warm shower or bath that lasts for 15 minutes can help stimulate sweat that keeps your body cool, soothe sore muscles, and decongestant sinuses that may be blocked due to a cold. Make sure the water is not too hot to avoid increasing your core temperature, which may cause the fever to last longer.
- Keeping your body clean can also help reduce the risk of further viral or bacterial infections.
4. Tack Vitamin Food
Always tack in fever Healthy Vitamin food, Mostly try to eat only fruits and Water other wise tack fresh home made food.Try to drink mostly Orange Juice and Apple Juice because both are fully Vitamin package which is use in overcome fever.