The human swine flu– H1N1

What is human swine flu?
The human swine flu is a respiratory disease caused by a new influenza virus called novel influenza a virus.

What causes the human swine flu?
The H1N1 virus causes the human swine flu. This virus is first found in pigs.

How does the human swine flu spread?
The human swine flu resemble human flu. It is an infectious disease, so it generally spreads by people who are suffering from swine flu through coughing and sneezing, touching objects accommodate the virus and then touching their mouth or nose, then the virus would infiltrate their respiratory system.

Symptoms of the human swine flu:
- Headache
- Coughing
- Sneezing
- Fever
- Runny nose
- Sore throat
- Muscle Pain
- Tired

Treatments for recovering:
As usual, when you are sick, firstly, go to see a doctor. Secondly, make sure you have enough rest. For children, ten hours of sleep is necessary. For teenagers and adults, seven to eight hours of sleep will be enough. For the elderly, around five to six hours of sleep will do. Thirdly, take a particular dose of medicine according to the the pharmacist or doctor. Fourthly, have a balanced diet and abstain from food the doctor told you not to eat while you are suffering from swine flu.