Influenza and Abnormal Behavior of Children
We investigated the clinical courses of children with influenza infection, who showed abnormal behavior, who were treated with oseltamivir (Tamiflu) or even with no medication at all.
Again, winter had started, snowfall season of 2011, and influenza seem to be spreading around the world. Medical teams worldwide are observing abnormal behavior of flu-infected children regardless of the administration of Tamiflu.
Meaningless speech and movements without any specific purpose were the most frequent abnormal behavior of children. Illusions, delusions, anger, sensational acting, fear, excitement, and unnecessary rushing up and down stairs, are occurring...some even get accident!
Although all patients showed a favourable clinical course without worsening its symptoms or the development of encephalopathy so far, their outcomes could be more or less reasonable.
Prevention Is Better than Cure. Yes, We Know It.
On TV commercials, we see popular pharmaceutical companies advertise Vitamin C as if it is the major specific supplement for preventing flu.
Here, we advise you to take Vitamin D instead as the number one supplement for influenza prevention. Vitamin D is created within the body. Sunbath is one of the best ways to obtain Vitamin D through the ultraviolet ray from the sun. Ultraviolet ray produces Vitamin D under the skin. Salmon, pike, and dried mushroom, are good sources of vitamin D, too.
Our survey teams tried to give Vitamin D tablet to 200 children for about four months. Another 200 children were given Vitamin C tablet for the same time period. Amazingly, we were able to find very reasonable answer that Vitamin D can prevent influenza much more than vitamin C.
I already mentioned how to prevent influenza in a December 21, 2008 issue—"How to Protect Yourself from the Influenza A virus subtype H5N1".
However, many failed to follow this simple prevention technique. They only begin to realize it after they were caught by the H5N1 virus. We strongly advise you to read the article above for you to know more about influenza prevention.
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