Dr. Numb - Flu Vaccination Numbing Cream
The flu which is caused by influenza virus is a contagious respiratory illness that affects your nose, throat, and lungs. It results into mild to severe illness and in worst cases can even cause death. The only way to stay away from this disease is to get vaccinated against it every year.
Symptoms Of Flu
- Fever or feeling feverish
- Sore throat
- Running or stuffy nose
- Muscle or body aches
- Vomiting and diarrhea (more common in children than adults)
What Causes The Flu to Spread?
According to experts, flu viruses spread mainly by droplets secreted when people who have it cough, sneeze or even talk. If these droplets reach mouths or noses of nearby people then it can cause infection. Flu can be easily transferred by before a person is aware that he has flu and also while he is sick.
There are certain age groups and specific medical conditions under which people are at greater risk of getting infected. Older people, young children, pregnant women and people suffering from asthma, diabetes, or heart disease are under high risk of getting infected.
It is difficult to predict Flu outbreaks in a particular season but the effects of flu are severe. There have been about 3,000 to about 49,000 deaths from the year 1976 to 2006 due to flu.
Complications Of Flu:
Flu can even result into bacterial infections, ear infections, sinus infections, dehydration, and aggravation of chronic medical conditions, such as congestive heart failure, asthma, or diabetes.
There have been Flu pandemics during 20th century causing large number of deaths and fatalities.
1918 Spanish Flu
It was reported in the year 1918 in USA and then it eventually had spread to the entire world by June 1918. It has been recorded to infect half of the world's population and killed almost 50million people.
1957 Asian Flu
It was first found in China in February 1957 and by next six months it had spread to the entire world. It infected around 40-50% of the world's population and resulted into 1 million deaths.
1968 Hong Kong Flu
It was first reported in China in July 1968 and then infected the entire world by the middle of 1969. It caused around 30,000 deaths in the UK.
As per World Health Organization seasonal flu kills around 250,000 and 500,000 people each year.
Getting Vaccinated For Preventing Flu
The only way to prevent flu from infecting you is to get yourself vaccinated every season. You can visit your GP to find out the right flu vaccine option for the next flu season.
There are traditional flu vaccines which can protect you against three different flu viruses. There are even quadrivalent flu vaccines available.
Trivalent flu vaccine provides protection against two influenza A viruses (an H1N1 and an H3N2) and an influenza B virus.
The Quadrivalent Flu Vaccine provides protection against two influenza A viruses and two influenza B viruses.
Dr Numb Cream For Flu Vaccination
Since flu vaccination involves the use of needle therefore many people hold themselves back due to the fear or trauma of pain. But one can afford to avoid vaccination just because of the pain. Therefore, Dr Numb is being largely used by doctors to provide painless vaccinations to their patients. It helps to numb the area where the needle has to be inserted and thus the person is not able to feel any pain during the vaccination. Dr numb is the safe and effective way to numb your skin and get vaccinated without feeling any pain.