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If you want to avoid taking acetaminophen you could try hibiscus tea. I use it when I have a mild fever.
1. Eat the medicine that can reduce the fever.
2. Drink more water and fruits
3. Use small warm towel to put it on forehead. Repeat it if the towel gets cold. So the towel must keep warm.
As the season changes there is a wide spread of minor fevers or illnesses such as, common cold etc.
the best way to cope with fevers is to prevent instead of recover.
you cn prevent fevers from catching fevers from wrapping yourself in warm clothes if cold and drinking lots of hot fluids. also make sure that you dont exhaust yourself, if you feel a lump in your throat immediatly take some cough syrup and slep.
during autum avoid bieng near plants and avoid pollen.
if you'r already suffering from fever and want to know how to cope, take plenty of rest, see a doctor if you can, have hot fluids, where i liv green tea wit a pinch of ginger and lemon is considered very good for fever.
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