What’s the matter with dry mouth and numbness?

Colds often appear in our daily life, especially some people with poor resistance often catch colds. When they catch a cold, a series of uncomfortable reactions will appear. What about the dry mouth and numbness of the cold?

Most colds are caused by upper respiratory tract infection. After a cold, there will be a series of symptoms, such as fever, cough, expectoration, runny nose, sneezing, stuffy nose, fatigue, loss of appetite, dry mouth and sore throat. This is because there are virus and bacterial infections in the body, so a series of inflammatory reactions will occur.

People with higher immunity after catching a cold can temporarily stop taking medicine, and usually will heal themselves in a week or so. If the symptoms of a cold are obvious and you feel uncomfortable, you can take drugs for clearing away heat and toxic materials. Drugs can alleviate the symptoms caused by a cold, and at the same time, you need to drink more water, which can also relieve the symptoms of dry mouth and numbness.

After the cold is completely cured, the symptoms of dry mouth and numbness will disappear. Therefore, if you want to avoid physical discomfort, you need to improve your immunity and prevent frequent colds and illnesses. You can exercise more at ordinary times and enhance nutrition in your diet, so that you can improve your immunity.

If the symptoms of dry mouth and numbness still exist after the cold is cured, it is necessary to be vigilant that it is caused by other diseases, so you can go to the hospital for examination.

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