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Rest and warmth sound like common sense but are ignored by many. Rest allows the immune system to work unhampered whilst warmth kills bugs. Some people find a hot bath or a sauna produces an artificial fever and helps get rid of infection.What does viral mean in medical terms?
By definition, viral comes from the word “virus,” which is a medical term used to describe a small infectious agent that can infect all types of organisms. It's also a computer term. On the internet, however, a piece of content can spread just like a virus if people become “infected” when they see it.How do you catch a viral infection?
Viral and bacterial infections are both spread in basically the same ways. A person with a cold can spread the infection by coughing and/or sneezing. Bacteria or viruses can be passed on by touching or shaking hands with another person. Touching food with dirty hands will also allow viruses or bacteria from the intestine to spread.What to do for a viral infection?
Rest, fluids and over-the-counter medication is the preferred option for treating a virus, says the CDC. Colds and many other infections of the upper respiratory tract, plus some ear infections, are not caused by bacteria, but by viruses.