Many people are concerned about the various signs and symptoms associated with the fake coronavirus pandemic. And presently, the health regulatory agencies are telling us to be on the lookout for more signs and symptoms. As if the general population hasn’t been spooked enough with loads of disinformation, now the powers that be want to spread more fear and panic throughout communities worldwide.
I think it’s important for people to understand a few important facts regarding the signs and symptoms associated with diseases:
- Signs associated with a disease are things observable by others. Some examples are rashes, increased temperature, sweating, vomiting, and diarrhea.
- Symptoms associated with a disease process are not observable by others. They are felt or experienced by persons who are ill. For example, a sore throat, stomach cramps, chills, and headaches are all symptoms.
- Signs and symptoms associated with diseases are not caused by illnesses. They are produced by the body in response to a particular infection. Signs and symptoms are physiological expressions observed or experienced in healthy people engaged in a fight with bacterial or viral microbes.
If your body is compromised and you become infected by bacteria or a virus, the body’s immune system will immediately begin a plan of attack to disable the foreign invader.
In many instances, the body’s intelligence will produce a fever that makes it difficult for the virus to replicate and spread. Fever can also kill bacteria that might be challenging a person’s health.
Headaches and sore throats often occur when the body is busy fighting a battle against an infection. Inflammatory reactions in the throat can cause people discomfort but can also be instrumental in combatting and destroying microbes. And sometimes, the unpleasant symptoms will force people to slow down and not be active, allowing the body to rest and repair.
Sneezing, coughing, vomiting, and diarrhea are also physiological expressions that help to eliminate microbes from the body. Rashes that erupt on the skin’s surface are how the body expels certain viruses. This is why we often see rashes form in some childhood diseases. The human immune system creates a rash to eject the virus from the body through the skin.
In certain illnesses, the immune system produces thick amounts of copious mucus to sequester infected areas so infection cannot spread to more vital areas of the body.
If we become infected by bacteria or viruses, we should be thankful for the signs and symptoms that show up because they provide us evidence that our bodies are healthy and working to destroy the infecting agents.
Because we have been, mostly educated about health and wellness by a large consortium of pharmaceutical companies, that own the patents to a variety of products that suppress the efforts of human immunity, we often take prescriptive remedies that will prevent or delay our return to a proper state of health. This is an unfortunate reality of modern-day society.