Type of Cold Disease
A sore throat caused by a cold is the result of inflammation within the throat area due to a virus that has infected it. Common symptoms include pain or scratchiness, hoarseness and difficulty swallowing.
Runny nose, also known as rhinorrhea, is a symptom of the common cold characterized by excessive flow of mucus from the nasal cavity. This usually occurs in response to inflammation caused by irritated nasal passages.
Cough is a common symptom of the common cold, which is caused by inflammation of the lining of the lower respiratory tract, leading to increased bronchial secretions.
When exposure to cold temperatures occurs, the constriction of certain blood vessels can cause pain sensations throughout the body. This is known as 'body pain in cold'.
Fever in cold is a medical condition typically caused by a viral or bacterial infection. It is characterized by having a body temperature that rises above normal levels and an accompanying feeling of general discomfort.
Sneezing in cold weather is a common occurrence, as a sudden drop in temperature can irritate the sensitive nerves within the nose. Cold air stimulates neurotransmitters which trigger sneezing reflexes.