Colds or common colds are situations where there is an infection in the body caused due to a certain category of viruses. The viral infection affects the upper respiratory tract and thus causes some mild breathing issues. The symptoms of a common cold are such that most of the people are familiar with them and they appear after 1 to 3 days, the body gets affected by the viral attack. Some common symptoms of cold or: cough, congestion, watery, eyes, sneezing, running nose, headache and chest pain. Common cold is caused by a variety of 100 viruses so the intensity and chronicity of the condition mostly depends upon the virus.
HOW IS COLDS DIAGNOSED?
A single cold virus can have up to 16 million offsprings within the course of a day.