The Swine Flu Incubation Period dangers!

The swine flu incubation period dangers are mainly because of the fact that during the incubation period for swine flu which is said to be around 2 to 7 days, (it ranges from place to place and from person to person) the virus is asymptomatic and symptoms are not detected. This means that a person who is infected with the virus may not show the symptoms immediately and can infect another person during that time.

People around the world are extremely worried about this new strain of the Influenza A H1N1 virus that seems to be spreading from person to person all over the world. The WHO and CDC have declared pandemic alerts in Mexico and other parts of the world because of the rising death toll and number of infected cases of swine flu.

Since the symptoms only appear after some days, it is important for every person to be extremely careful with their personal hygiene and follow all the precautionary measures laid down by the Health Authorities like wearing facemasks and N95 respirators that are specially designed to filter out the tiny microorganisms and viruses in the air, washing of one’s hands frequently with a good sanitizer, avoiding public and crowded places, etc.

The symptoms are very much like the regular flu. One has to be vigilant and on the look out for the following: persistent fever and vomiting, fatigue and loss of energy, body ache and headache, diarrhea, sore throat, respiratory and breathing difficulty, etc.

The Smittstopp spray is one of a kind. Not only is it efficient in destroying harmful viruses and bacteria but it offers a long term protection. The spray can be used on
almost all types of surfaces.

Bonding tightly to the surface it leaves behind a layer cationic polymer that is positively charged which attracts the negatively charged anionic microorganisms to it, destroying them instantly. This principle by which the spray works is “electrostatic attraction”. The spayed surface should be kept clean to get maximum effect. The spray is also a cleaner that removes dirt, grease and oils from the surface.

Public areas that are likely to be infected with the swine flu virus should be sprayed with the Smittstopp spray. These are pubic toilets, hotels, pubs and restaurants, schools and colleges, libraries, shopping centers, amusement parks, clinics and hospitals etc. The surfaces of taps, switches, railings, handles and door knobs should be sprayed to reduce the risks of infection.

Personal items like keys, jewelry, spectacles, cell phones, purses and handbags etc can also be sprayed to avoid getting infected. Clothes too can be sprayed and tests have proved that the Smittstopp spray effect does not weaken even after they are washed a number of times. Common cleaners and sprays that are generally negatively charged should not be used over the Smittstopp sprayed surfaces because the effect will be neutralized.

The swine flu incubation period dangers are very real and one should take the disease seriously. A careless and casual attitude may prove costly. Early detection of the disease and prompt medication with anti viral drugs like Tamiflu etc increases your chances of total recovery.