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  • 1. How to Break A Fever
    Presented By: Myeshi Briley,HS-BCP
  • 2. Drink plenty of fluids whenever there is a fever. An effective way to break the fever is to drink plenty of fruit juices and water. During a fever, there may be loss of appetite. To continue to get the necessary nutrition to speed up the healing process, drink food replacement supplements to replace normal daily meals.
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  • 3. Remove excess clothing To help reduce the fever. Excess clothing may hinder the fever from lowering to a normal level. One layer of clothing along with a cool environment, will make the fever symptoms more tolerable. If the person is shivering, use a light blanket to throw over them.
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  • 4. Drink a cup of warm ginger tea, to help reduce the effects of the fever. Ginger has been known for years for its medicinal properties. It can be sliced or grated and boiled in a cup of water for at least 2 minutes. Add sugar or honey to sweeten. This is another effective method for reducing fever.
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  • 5. Get enough rest during a fever. The rest will be beneficial to the body, and it is also a good way to help the body to cool down. Take the time off from work or school to rest. This would be the perfect time to get that well needed break from work. Fever doesn't have to have a bad outcome, if the necessary steps are taken and it is treated in a timely manner.
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  • 6. Luke Warn Bath- Many adults make the mistake of throwing their children into a cold bath. This is not good. You are supposed to bring the fever down slowly. Bringing it down to fast and two low and have alternative side effects such as convulsions. Place you child into a luke warm bath to help draw the fever out of their body. Between the bath and them wearing no clothes the fever is likely to break some.
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  • 7. Soak 2 cloths or handkerchiefs in egg whites and put on the soles of the feet (cover with socks). The egg whites instantaneously start to draw the temperature DOWN from the brain (where it is dangerous) to the feet (where it can do no damage). If no eggs are on hand, chopped onion or chopped potato can be applied to feet instead, although egg whites are the fastest method.
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    Note: This is helpfully for a person with Epilepsy.
  • 8. The egg whites are also a miracle cure for minor and more severe burns. Soak or coat affected area in egg white. While the egg white is still wet you will feel no pain from the burn. As soon as it dries up the pain comes back so reapplication is necessary. This also prevents scarring from the burn."
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    http://www.earthclinic.com/CURES/fever.htm
    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1357708/natural_ways_to_break_a_fever.html?cat=68
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