Autumn in the city: why and how to treat acute respiratory infections and colds

In autumn, city residents are powerful "attack" colds. The risk of the larger, the higher the density of the population of the city (the more people, the faster spread of infection) and difficult environmental conditions. Increases the likelihood of ill weak immune system, lack of regular physical activity and other factors that reduce the body's resistance to viruses and bacteria.

The most common seasonal colds — ARI and ARI.

The difference between them is the causative agents of the disease. SARS (Respiratornyevirusnye acute infection) caused by viruses (over 200 species), ARI (acute respiratory disease) — as viruses and bacteria, respectively, the second group of diseases larger, and therefore more difficult diagnosed in terms of identifying the causative agent.

The most common representative of the microorganisms that cause acute infection respiratornyevirusnye — is an influenza virus. Each year, the organization of health care in different countries and WHO to try to predict what type of virus will dominate to produce the most effective measures to prevent it. There are only three types of influenza: A, B and C. The most common types A and B, as the person to them practically immune to develop resistance. Flu Type C is less common. Typically, it takes quite acute in young children. But if a child or an adult they had been ill, then they develop a lifelong immunity to the disease.

As mentioned above, acute respiratory infections and acute respiratory viral infections may be different pathogens, their type largely determines how long the illness will occur, what will be its severity and consequences. For example, a normal reaction to a mild cold are cough, mild pain or sore throat, hoarseness, and runny nose. Flu symptoms more "heavy": the disease occurs in the majority of cases rapidly, accompanied by a rise in body temperature (in the early days of 38-40 degrees), chills, or, conversely, sweating, drowsiness, muscle fatigue and decreased overall vitality. Typically, influenza virus loses its "power" for 3-5 days, but this is not always the case.

The fact that a special role in the fight against these, as well as other diseases, immune system plays a man. If he (immunity) is weak, in addition to viral infections may develop bacterial, which will result in addition to lesions of the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract to bronchitis, cystitis, pneumonia, cholecystitis and other diseases that already require a different approach to the treatment of more serious and thorough . In this situation, treatment may be delayed, and increase the risk of complications, especially among people who have concomitant cardiovascular or pulmonary systems, as well as diabetes.

Do not treat acute respiratory infections and colds — so put yourself and the people around them at serious risk. Because the viruses are spread by droplets and enter the body through mucous membranes (not just the nose and mouth, but the eyes), it is easy to "get" the bacteria from another person with casual contact. Every year, medical science is forced to look for new ways to predict the development of these diseases and to develop effective measures of prevention to avoid the epidemic. The danger of the situation lies in the fact that the special susceptibility to acute respiratory infections and colds have children immunity are not strong enough to 3-4 times or more per year to deal with these infections. Fragile or weakened immune system is the cause of acute course of influenza in infants, pre-school and primary school children and increase the risk of complications.


Until recently there was a "universal" of the drug, which would be able to deal with the same efficiency with acute respiratory infections and colds both in adults and in children. However, the recent development of Russian pharmaceutical companies have proven that such a tool can create. It has become such a drug derinat.

This drug — a powerful immune modulator that can not simply eliminate the main symptoms of colds and flu, but also to restore and strengthen the weakened immunity. Immunomodulatory effects derinat accompanied by restoration of the damaged mucosa, "suffered" from the effects of infection. Because of this drug significantly speeds up the healing process, prevents the recurrence of the disease and generally strengthens the immune system, making people less "vulnerable" to respiratory viral infections.

Derinat indicated for patients of all ages, it is recommended to treat children from the first days of life, and women during pregnancy. It is suitable for both mono-and combined therapy. In the latter case, it increases the effect of other drugs, further reducing toxic manifestations and disease, and its use for the treatment of other medicines.

Derinat advantage consists in the fact that it can be used not only for treatment but also for prevention of respiratory infectious diseases. The drug is available in the form of a bottle with a dropper, which is suitable for use by both adults and children. To begin receiving derinat at any time of the year, but especially recommended to do this on the eve of the season of autumn, winter and spring epidemics of influenza. The earlier antiviral prophylaxis, the more likely it will be possible to avoid infection. Infants, children of pre-school and primary school age is recommended regular intake derinat to strengthen the immune system. Before starting the drug regimen should be discussed with your doctor or prevention.

Even if nature has given you good health, there are times when the body needs support from outside. Especially city dwellers. Should not be overestimated their strength and endurance, which and so every day is experiencing the stresses associated with life in the big city. It is better to err and to avoid even the seemingly insignificant probability of getting sick or seasonal ARI ARI. The more modern drugs such as derinat make it possible to do so safely, comfortably and in good time.

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