Have you got a runny nose?
Are you suffering from a sore throat?
Do your muscles ache?
Are you having regular spells of on and off coughing?
Do you feel raised pressure in your ears and face?
Have you lost sense of taste and smell?
Is your body temperature raised?
These might be symptoms of common cold and flu.
If these prolong, these can lead to hospitalisation.
Book yourself a hijama session with a Certified Hijama Practitioner.
Hijama Cupping Therapy can help get rid of the root causes of colds and flu by strengthening the Immune system, Insha Allah.
Influenza (flu) and the common cold are both contagious respiratory illnesses, but they are caused by different viruses. Flu is caused by influenza viruses only, whereas the common cold can be caused by a number of different viruses, including rhinoviruses, parainfluenza, and seasonal coronaviruses.
A person with a cold can start spreading it from a few days before their symptoms begin until the symptoms have finished.
The common cold is a viral infection of your nose and throat (upper respiratory tract)
In adults and older children, they usually last about 7 to 10 days, but can last longer. A cough in particular can last for two or three weeks. Colds tend to last longer in younger children who are under five, typically lasting around 10 to 14 days.
The best ways to avoid catching a cold are:
- washing your hands with warm water and soap
- not sharing towels or household items (like cups) with someone who has a cold
- not touching your eyes or nose in case you have come into contact with the virus – it can infect the body this way
- having a strong Immunity.
Hijama Cupping Therapy draws cold pathogens out of the body, thereby aiding recovery. Many people find cupping useful for nipping a cold in the bud – so if you feel an illness coming on you may want to book an appointment!
Hijama Cupping relieves congestion in the body and stimulates movement of energy to restore and heal. Cupping deep tissue massage improves blood flow and helps to detoxify the area cupped and connected regions.
Hijama Nation would advise the following important Hijama points to fight against common colds and flu.
Hijama Cupping performs gentle exfoliation and blood flow stimulation which helps the oil absorb while also helping to `exteriorize` toxins and reduce stagnation in general.
Hijama can improve your health and well-being on many levels. cold and flu are very effective for improving overall health and the body’s ability to heal itself naturally.
Cupping therapy can be used as part of a Holistic treatment regimen for cold and flu. Cupping therapy can help remove the buildup of excess heat in the lungs and clears them of the congestion, phlegm, and fluids.
Hijama will ease up a persistent cough and you will notice improvement in breathing. So regular on and off coughing episodes will decrease and regular hijama sessions will help eradicate the root causes of common colds and flu.
Hijama Nation would advise regular hijama sessions and increased usage of Immune boosting nutrients, like;
- Beta carotene. Beta carotene is found in plant foods, such as sweet potatoes, spinach, carrots, mangoes, broccoli and tomatoes.
- Vitamin C. Vitamin C-rich foods include citrus fruits, berries, melons, tomatoes, bell peppers and broccoli.
- Vitamin D. …
- Zinc. …
- Probiotics. …
When suffering from colds and flu, you would need to;
- rest and sleep.
- drink plenty of water (fruit juice or squash mixed with water is OK) to avoid dehydration.
- gargle salt water to soothe a sore throat.
- take honey, ginger and lemon tea
- increase intake of Vit C
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Sr Adeela Aaiesha (CHP)
In my nose having a viral infection of your nose and throat (upper respiratory tract)
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Thanks and wassalam,
Sr Adeela Aaiesha. CHP