10 Symptoms of Flu B

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3. Nausea

Especially common among children suffering from the flu, severe nausea can lead to vomiting and discomfort. As with other symptoms, some nausea should not be a cause for panic. However, in cases of excessive vomiting, it is better to talk to a doctor just to be safe.

The best way to handle nausea and vomiting can be to have the affected person rest and try to encourage them to sip on liquids. Nibbling on bland foods, such as plain rice or bread, may also be helpful. Trying to avoid strenuous activity of any kind is also highly recommended.

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