These 9 “Dangerous” Symptoms Actually We Don’t Need to Worry About

There are people who take really good care of their health. Unfortunately, care doesn’t only mean the right foods and proper exercise, but a large part of it means not looking for symptoms of dangerous diseases.

We have compiled a list of popular symptoms that people often mistake for signs of terrible diseases. But in fact, most of the time, they don’t indicate any serious health problems. At the end of the article, there is a bonus about tingling in the hands.

Sore throat and voice change

Even though you felt absolutely fine yesterday, today you woke up with a sore throat and a weird voice. But you don’t have any other symptoms of an illness, like a fever or a blocked nose.

Don’t suspect that you have a serious illness. It’s much more likely that the reason for such a change is bacteria or a virus. Some diseases, for example, angina or pharyngitis, can develop without showing any regular symptoms. Most likely, you will get worse during the day, the throat will get even more sore, but the temperature will stay normal.

Don’t start searching online for cancer symptoms. Go to the doctor: pills and other types of medicine will cure you much faster than worrying about a terrible disease.

Temperature higher or lower than normal

We are used to thinking that the normal human body temperature is 97.8°F. But you most likely don’t know what the normal temperature is for you. You probably take your temperature about twice a year when you are sick and never do it when you are healthy.

The normal body temperature varies from 96.9°F to 98.9°F. On average, it really is 97.8°F but there are healthy people whose normal body temperature is 98.9°F. So if you took your temperature and found out that it’s higher or lower than normal, don’t panic. If you feel good, this temperature is probably normal for you.

In order to find out what your normal body temperature is, take it 3 times a day for 10 days. Write down the results. The average is your normal temperature.

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