Coronavirus is still infecting people, although the rates of infection have gone down. One lesser known symptom of the disease leaves an unpleasant sensation. What could it be?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that “anyone can have mild to severe symptoms”.
It reported that people with COVID-19 have experienced an unpleasant sensation.
This symptom may appear two to 14 days after exposure to the virus.
Alternatively, the NHS recommended to consume ginger or peppermint tea.
Ginger must have some anti-nauseating properties because the health body also advises to eat ginger biscuits.
Distraction also helps, such as listening to music or watching an engaging film.
Make sure your clothes aren’t tight around your waist or tummy.
And refrain from lying down after nibbling on food. In fact, there’s certainly types of food to avoid altogether.
For example, the NHS added to stay away from fragrant food, and to not eat hot, fried or greasy food.
Moreover, do not eat too quickly as this is likely to make nausea worse.
For nausea to qualify as a possible symptom of coronavirus, one other symptom must be present: fever, continuous cough or a loss – or change – to your sense of smell or taste.
The home test needs to be completed and returned within 48 hours.
The other way to do an antigen test is to book an appointment at a drive-through or walk-through site.
Either way, an antigen test needs to be done within the first five days of presenting symptoms – so, act quick.
Priority testing is given to essential workers and those who have a verification code from their employer.
But the antigen service is for everyone showing coronavirus symptoms.