Kinds Of Flu

There are several kinds of Flu with varying effects and medication, out of all the Flu’s some can make you extremely ill while others just have mare symptoms with no or little adverse effect.

What is Flu?

Flu is a respiratory illness resulted by the influenza virus. One thing to remember is that Flu and cold are two different things; however, they embody similar symptoms, but they vary drastically.

The most usual time for Flu to infect you is the start of fall through the end of winter, therefore, one should take special precautions during this period.

What are the symptoms of Flu?

General and not highly dangerous symptoms of Flu are sneeze, coughing, fever, ache in different parts of the body, runny nose, congestion and feeling tired. Apart from these, more severe symptoms include weakening the immune system which makes the body vulnerable to serious infections like sinus, ear infection, asthma, diabetes and dehydration.

Different Kinds of Flu

There are 3 major kinds of Flu, which are:

Kind A Flu

Kind B Flu

Kind B Flu

Let us discuss these Kinds of Flu in detail.

Kind A Flu

This Kind of Flu is most common; the average symptoms of Kind A Flu are coughing, sneezing, runny nose, muscles aches, fever and headaches. The respiratory system is highly affected by the Flu. Kind A Flu has the tendency to turn an absolutely fit person feel miserable in just few seconds.

Kind A Flu is also contagious, when an infected person sneezes; tiny droops of virus are sprayed and are free to enter your body. Try avoiding the infected individual’s personal belongings like their cell phone, hanky, toiletries etc.

The best way to keep one’s self away from this influenza is to take a vaccine each year, most preferably in mid October. Another precaution is to stay clean and wash regularly.

Kind B Flu

Another common Kind is the Kind B Flu that has the tendency to infect any time of the year. The symptoms of Kind B Flu are said to be slightly milder than the Kind A Flu, however, it is more likely to spread as compare to Kind A Flu, a single touch or a sneeze can make the other person a victim of Kind B Flu.

The most immediate symptoms of Kind B Flu include body aches, fatigue, chills, vomiting, diarrhea and nausea, these symptoms last for maximum seven days.

Kind C Flu

Kind C is very rare with little or mild illness. The most common symptoms of Kind C Flu include, sore throat, runny nose, aching muscles, headache, nasal congestion, cough, malaise, watery eyes, fever, weak joins, chills, red eye, red skin, fatigue, red nose, loss of appetite, red throat and overall weakness.

Kind C influenza is further divided into several Kinds; some of the most common are conditions of the mucus membrane, viral diseases, pathogen conditions, respiratory situation etc.

This Flu transfers from one person to another in the form of blood, saliva, needles, sexual contact, air, cough or any other physical contact state.

One can easily avoid all these kinds of flu by giving proper attention to personal hygiene and the food we intake.