The difference between influenza A and normal influenza is that, in the case of influenza A, the virus contains the combined genetic material of a human influenza virus strain, one strain of avian influenza virus and two strains of swine flu.
The differences between the symptoms of common flu and those of avian influenza are:
- Muscle pain will be much higher than in influenza A.
- The tremors will become more intense if you have influenza A, but they will be less frequent and less intense in the common flu.
- Headaches will be much more painful in influenza A
- In the case of influenza, Afebra will start at 39ºC, but in common flu, you will not exceed 39ºC.
- Asthenia or fatigue is very pronounced in influenza A.
- The common flu will benefit from a more intense cough than the other flu.
- In the common flu, there is more nasal congestion, while flu A is easier.
- Eye discomfort can cause eye burns in influenza A. In common flu, this problem is not common.
Conventional treatment for influenza A:
- Antivirals, their role is to reduce the complications of influenza A.
- Acetaminophen, fever, and typical influenza discomfort decrease.
- Antibiotics will be given to prevent possible secondary infections.
- Currently, we are working to obtain a flu vaccine.
Natural treatments for bird flu:
- Medicinal plants, such as echinacea, are recommended for use in the fight against any viral illness, such as influenza. It is one of the most suitable plants for combating health problems.
- Propolis is a substance obtained with the help of bees and is a great ally against viruses.
- Oligotherapy: Copper-Gold-Silver is a very effective combination of trace elements to prevent infections or to combat the symptoms of flu when you already have it.
- Garlic. Its role is to fight all kinds of infections. It has been used since ancient times by grandparents.
- Mushrooms like: Shiitake, Maitake are very good, because their role is to strengthen the immune system. With the strengthening of the immune system, the body will have the power to fight any flu.
- “Intestinal flora”: if we usually take antibiotics or tend to chronic diarrhea, we can evaluate the opportunity to take prebiotics and probiotics.