Tips to Prevent Infection with Sore Throat

Changes in air temperature, weather, season, and climate do have an influence on the emergence of a disease, one of which is inflammation of the throat. Due to the evolution of the weather, a person's biological situation can change until it makes it easy to get infections such as sore throat. This disease is very contagious. Therefore, you also need to guard yourself so you don't get infected.

Initially, maybe one or two people experienced it. But a few days later, it could be that almost all the rooms had the same situation. In order to be more vigilant, find out more about the transmission of this disease.

Transmission of sore throat

Inflammation of the throat is caused by a type of bacteria called group A Streptococcus (GAS). These bacteria can spread from person to person through contact with droplets (fluids) that emerge from the respiratory system of people infected with bacteria.

Droplets are spread when people with sore throat cough or sneeze. Now, if your hands are exposed to droplets and then touch your mouth, nose, or eyes, you might be infected with strep throat as well. However, due to bacterial infection, it certainly did not occur immediately on that day.

Reporting from Healthline, after exposure to these bacteria, maybe it takes two to five new days we experience the phenomenon of sore throat. The variety of phenomena referred to between the throat difference is painful, pain when swallowing, fever more than 38 degrees Celsius.

In addition, if there are red spots on the roof of the mouth, tonsils that are red and appear swollen, headache, and feel nausea to vomiting, you may have contracted strep throat.

Being infected with strep throat until experiencing a high fever is really the most painful. As a result, activities become hampered. For that, do the following easy steps so that you stay healthy even though you are surrounded by people who are exposed to sore throat. how not to contract sore throat:
  1. Diligent hand washing - Make sure to regularly wash hands with running water and soap after moving or touching objects that have the potential to transmit droplets containing bacteria. If you want to be practical, clean your hands with a hand sanitizer. In the gel or cleaning fluid there is an alcohol content that can kill germs.
  2. Clean the items you touch - Bacteria can survive on items around you, for example door handles or tabletops. Although it can only last a short period of time, it is not uncommon to touch the object at risk of causing you to catch sore throat.
  3. Avoid sharing drinks with people who are sore throats - try not to use cutlery together to counteract the bad effects of droplets containing bacteria.
  4. Use a mask - For those of you who have been exposed to sore throat, try to cover your mouth or nose when you want to cough and sneeze with folds of your arms (not palms), or use a mask so you don't spread droplets. For those of you who don't want to get infected, wearing a mask can also be the solution.
  5. Consume healthy and nutritious foods - Basically, if we are good from the start, you may stay healthy even though you are surrounded by sick people. So, in the transition season like this and in the midst of many people who get sore throat, you have to increase endurance. Some ways are by eating nutritious food, getting enough sleep, regular exercise, not infrequently wearing a coat when cold air attacks, and if necessary, taking supplements so that the body does not get sick easily 
The most important thing that must be considered to prevent transmission of inflammation of the throat is to maintain cleanliness and endurance. However, both of them also apply to counteract the spread of different diseases caused by bacteria and viruses.

Sore throat can be very annoying. Therefore, avoid transmission by doing the many tips above. One that needs to be remembered, avoid taking antibiotics without doctrinal prescriptions, because the risk of adding antibiotic resistance will eventually harm your body.  

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