Laryns, a common form of pneumonia caused by bacteria, can also lead to other symptoms.
Here are some tips for dealing with this potentially life-threatening condition:1.
Avoid using an electric blanket or the showerhead.2.
Avoid putting a towel under your skin.3.
Don’t leave towels on a counter top.4.
Do not put any liquids in your mouth.5.
Don\’t drink from a plastic straw or water bottle.6.
Don�t touch your eyes or the surface of your body.7.
If you have any cold symptoms, take your temperature twice a day.8.
Don \’t put anything in your nose or mouth.9.
Don”t touch any of your eyes.10.
Avoid touching the edges of your nose and mouth.11.
Do NOT get any medication on your skin, including ibuprofen.12.
Keep your lips clean.13.
Avoid contact with your eyes, including contact with the eyes.14.
Avoid rubbing your eyes and nose with your hands.15.
Don\t get a hold of your skin with your fingers or other objects.16.
Don\”t take your eyes off the window.17.
Avoid the shower or bath.18.
Do use a mask.19.
Don’ t use a bath towel.20.
Keep it simple.21.
Be sure to keep your hands out of your mouth while you\re sleeping.22.
Don t put anything into your mouth, including water.23.
Avoid getting any medication or medications in your eyes while you are sleeping.24.
Don,t use a towel to cover your mouth or face while you sleep.25.
Avoid breathing or touching the face while sleeping.26.
Don go to the bathroom while you’re sleeping.27.
Keep a warm place.28.
Don.t take medication while you can.29.
Don(t) use any drugs while you have diarrhea or are on antibiotics.30.
Avoid contacting your parents or any of their friends.31.
Don;t leave food or drink unattended while you eat.32.
Avoid eating while you feel hungry or thirsty.33.
Avoid any kind of physical activity while you”re sick.34.
Keep any medical tests and procedures in a safe place.35.
Don don’t leave any medications in the bathroom.36.
Donât leave any items or any equipment unattended.37.
Keep all food in a sealed container or container with a tight seal.38.
Don leave any medicine or medications at home.39.
Do make a list of all medications and medicines that you need to take every day.40.
Don do any kind to your bedsheets or pillows before bed.41.
Don keep your bedding dry.42.
Keep anything that is placed under your pillow or pillowcase out of the light.43.
Keep an eye on the bed, especially when you are asleep.44.
Avoid being alone in a room with other people.45.
Don`t leave anything unattended in the house.46.
Avoid making a mess or cleaning up after yourself.47.
Donn(t use any food that you donât have time to eat or drink.48.
Keep things away from your eyes during a flu season.49.
Don take a medication when you think that you are getting sick.50.
Keep medications away from children.51.
Do stay in a warm room.52.
Donôt eat foods that are not made with whole food.53.
Don no make food or beverages out of any kind, including tea.54.
Do keep your medications at your bedside.55.
Do wash your hands regularly.56.
Keep in mind that you should not wash your teeth.57.
Do do a lot of laundry after using the restroom.58.
Do be sure to wash your clothes before they go to dry.59.
Do avoid drinking alcohol and take a medicine to prevent a relapse.60.
Do limit your amount of drinking alcohol.61.
Do drink lots of water.62.
Do take a multivitamin or mineral supplement to prevent bone fractures.63.
Avoid consuming any food products containing sodium chloride.64.
Avoid leaving food or drinks unattended and to avoid dehydration.65.
Do leave the door open during the day.66.
Don nt use the microwave.67.
Do wear an appropriate mask while you play sports or exercise.68.
Do put an oxygen mask on your face.69.
Do clean up after your house and housework.70.
Do reduce the number of times you have to do a housework job.71.
Don avoid working with children while youare sick.72.
Do maintain a healthy weight.73.
Do eat healthfully.74.
Do always remember to always wash your face and hands after each use.75