What it means with 'cold rice and cold tea are bearable but cold words and cold face are not?
you can only get a cold from viruses. you can get sick by sitting next someone who is ill or drink someone Else's drink
Answer . Knocked out, ko ( knocked out ), fainted, fast asleep, blacked out.. Answer . Unconcious. dead, went to sleep fast, not easy to wake. out for good. Answer… . Usually a expression meaning passed out, either from being knocked out or drinking too much. Some can be out cold for being a heavy sleeper or from plain exhaustion.. Out cold . Unconsius, how ever you spell it.
it is an infection of the upper respiratory system.
rub an ice pack on the back of your neck. ps. blondie approved
\ndrink lots of tea and aloe vera juice. also pee a lot.
you get a cold like you would any other sickness.
very cold, cold enough for polar bears to live comfortably.
Heat is escaping your body.
Eat lots of stuff that contains Vitamin C, wear the right type of clothing when you go out in a cold day, and when you are outside for a while in the cold take a warm bath whe…n you get home, but not too hot.
pee your self and you will fell warm
It has to be at least -128.6 o F, and at most 136 o F.
In Cold and Flu
The answer: You stay home from public so you don't spread it to others. You wash your hands often, use tissues when you cough or sneeze, rest in bed, drink plenty of fluids…, monitor your temperature and use fever reducers if needed and according to the label directions. Keep up a healthy diet, perhaps use Vitamin C or Zinc supplements (see link below for newest information on Zinc treatment for the common cold) and wait until your body takes care of it for you. Take over the counter symptom relieving medicines for cough, sore throat, stuffiness (ask the pharmacist for help in selecting the products that are best for the symptoms you have.) Use lotion tissues (e.g., Puffs Plus) to keep your runny nose from being sore from the constant irritation of wiping and blowing it. Some common misinformed answers: . You go to the doctor and they give you antibiotics. This may happen, but it should not. A cold is caused by a virus. Antibiotics do nothing to help viral infections. You should avoid taking antibiotics if you don't have a bacterial infection because it can cause germs to become resistant to the antibiotics. (It has to do with germs in the environment becoming used to or able to protect themselves from that antibiotic over time if they are exposed short term to doses of antibiotics that are given for too short a time or given in low doses or overused). Don't badger your doctor to give them to you when you really don't need them (they know they shouldn't do this anyway, but sometimes give in to patient pressure). Unless antibiotics are prescribed to prevent or treat a secondary bacterial infection when you have a viral illness, there is no reason to take them since they do not kill viruses. . Don't spend a lot of time outside in the cold weather! This is true to keep you comfortable and to keep you away from other people outside so you don't spread the virus, but being cold does not cause or worsen a cold. . "Feed a cold and starve a fever" or "Feed a fever and starve a cold" These are neither correct. You need proper diet to keep your immune system functioning well. No infective illnesses are treated by starvation or reduced nutrition. Proper healthy diet should be maintained with any infective process or disease. Overeating is not healthy. Good advice whether you have a cold or not: . Get up to 7 or 8 minimum hours of sleep each day. . Eat some chicken noodle soup already! ("It 'coudent' hurt!") . Drink apple juice or orange juice. . Get regular exercise. . Reduce stress.
In Cold and Flu
You know the drill: Rest and plenty of fluids. Beyond that, antihistamines and decongestants can be a help for symptomatic relief, though they only offer symptomatic relief, b…ut that is a lot for some people. An old saying runs: "A cold lasts seven days with treatment. Without treatment, it lasts about a week. Yogi Berra said: "It ain't over till it's over". Yogi was right.