Different Ways to Manage a Feverby Butterfly Pvt Ayurveda Ltd Butterfly Ayurveda Pvt Ltd
A fever is nothing but an increase in the body temperature above the normal ratios. Which means that if it goes above 100 Fahrenheit the body is getting affected by microbial activity. Levels beyond above 105 Fahrenheit is dangerous, where convulsions can happen too. While in adults fever can decrease in time, in children high fever needs to be monitored as it might be a sign of something serious. However, it should be noted that fever should not be treated as a disease, but a sign that an infection or disease is present. Fevers are commonly associated with the onset of a variety of diseases, in the mild to the severe form. A mild fever can be caused by minor allergies, like an allergy from food. The rise in temperature is the body's effort to burn out infection and the perspiration helps eliminate toxins. Therefore a partial fever may be helpful to the body in fighting the infection. If the fever does not get too high, let it run its course. Many enzymes, antibodies and white blood cell responses are better during slightly elevated temperatures.
Conventional medicines are fruitful in reducing the effects of fever and fading it off temporarily, but it never eliminates the root causes. This is why many people believe in taking ayurvedic medicine. Ayurvedic medicine for fever is prepared using herbs and spices which have been used for a long time for managing feverish issues and along with it, increasing the immunity of the body. You can have these herbs and spices in your food or separately as a tea or infusions, but if you're looking for a medicinal form then Pyrexofly from Butterfly Ayurveda can be a good option.
Pyrexofly is the best ayurvedic medicine for body pain, chronic fever and inflammation in the body and helps reduce fever caused due to cold and flu. It has been scientifically developed using ayurvedic principles and acts as the best ayurvedic medicine for fever. Made up of essential elements like chirayta, amrita, parpata, kalmegha, sudarshan, manjistha, kutki and many more ayurvedic herbs. Going the ayurvedic way, drinking herbal teas induces sweating and can help break the fever.
Other home remedies like applying ice packs on the forehead, running cool water over the wrists, cool baths, and wet compresses help to reduce temperature. Other home remedies like applying ice packs on the forehead, running cool water over the wrists, cool baths, and wet compresses help to reduce temperature. In terms of food, solid food items should be avoided, but fluids are beneficial and should be taken regularly during a fever. You can increase your calorie requirements through food items having protein, sodium and potassium. Fruit juices like beetroot, carrot and cucumber help in cleaning the kidneys and bringing fever down.
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