Swine Flu- Symptoms and Causes

  • May 18, 2016
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Swine flu is a disease occurred in the human body. It has come from the  influenza family of viruses that is prevalent in pigs. This disease originally jumped to humans from the live pigs, which developed it.  It is firstly founded in the U.S. It is usually starts with normal or regular fever and then gradually increase the problems. There are three types of swine flu: A, B and C. Here you can read many symptoms and causes of swine flu.

Symptoms & Causes of Swine Flu

Symptoms: Swine flu affected people have a high temperature fever. They may also have aching, dry stuffed nose and it produce the weight loss or many other symptoms are included.

1. Cough

2. Sore throat

3. Headache

4. Shortness of breath

5. Feeling unusually tired

6. Runny nose

7. Loss of appetite

8. Vomiting

Regular flu can lead to more serious  problems like lung infection and pneumonia. It can make it worse your situation by the  illness of diabetes or asthma. If you feel pain, vomiting, dizziness, and confusion immediately consult with your doctor. It is the best way to treat it on time.

Causes: Influenza virus or H1N1 virus infected the cells lining your nose, throat and lungs. It can enter into your lungs through an inhale contaminated droplets virus. Many other reasons are spreading the swine flu like eating pork, cough. Influenza virus continuously changing their genes, this process called mutation.

When a swine flu founded in humans, it is called”jumped the species barrier”. Humans don’t have natural protection or immunity to the virus, they are likely to become ill. Pig is the main reason of the start the swine flu disease. Swine flu is very contagious and it can easily spread in the humans. It may spread  by:

1. Sneezing: It is spread from the infected person and spread A virus.

2. Coughing: Coughing has spread the A and B virus in the humans.

3. Touching a germ: Touching the infected surface and then touch eyes and mouth.