Don't get Scared of sore throat.
Because of the changing weather, it is very common for anybody to experience cold, cough, sore throat and headache. So instead of Panicking it is better to get yourself consulted with the doctor. As time gets worse, the covid strain is becoming more and more deadly. Till last year people in the age group of 50 or people who were suffering from any cardiac, diabetic or respiratory disorders were more susceptible to the virus. But now as we know it is not like that anymore.
With a slight carelessness people of any age group are getting affected by it. But because of these things people are also getting Paranoid. If you are suffering from sore throat, cough, throat pain or cold it is not entirely necessary that you have covid. These problems can also be due to Sinus or weather changes. Or maybe because you ate something that directly affected your throat. If you are suffering from any of these symptoms, instead of hiding it, it is better and necessary to consult the doctor.
There can be a lot of other reasons for this kind of symptoms like Sinusitis, Asthmatic allergy or sometimes even acidity. These are times when you may feel a choke in your throat and it may be nothing but the acidity and it will have you thinking that you have corona because you will have trouble breathing. So no matter what your symptoms are it is better to go for a consultation and not self treat yourself as at this time you can never be exactly sure of anything.
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