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Cold, cough, mucus in cough, drowsiness, sweat. What can help?

Hi, I am premkumar, i am having cold right now. while blowing the nose i didn't get any blood staint, but while coughing out the mucus i get the blood staint for 2 times today. i am having cold for more than 6 days ... headache is also there...... i am at the age of 26. i used to put coldact every time, it will clear in 2 days .. but if i use the same tablet noe .. it result in drowsy. plz sugest me some good tips to over come this cold.... sweating is also there ... as i am in chennai it can be of too hot
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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A cold is caused by a virus and is self-limiting. This means it will spontaneously resolve over the course of the next few days. To treat the symptoms and make you feel better I would advise you to drink plenty of water, take regular paracetamol, rest when you can and stay out of the heat.
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