Intelligent in Use of Antibiotics - Antibiotics to some people's favorite drug, some people often use antibiotics to make body be immune to the disease. In fact, these antibiotics can not be used to cure diseases caused by viruses. In fact, not only that, often taking antibiotics will make the body needs a stronger drug when the disease is attack.
Antibiotics are medicines to kill the bacteria, so antibiotics is recommended when there are signs of infections caused by bacteria. There are many types of antibiotics and each works differently on different types of bacteria. Your doctor will decide the most balk to infections suffered by patients.
Although antibiotics are the drugs that are effective, needs to remember that antibiotics do not treat all kinds of diseases. Antibiotics are not effective against diseases caused by viruses. So this one drug can not treat the flu, most of the acute bronchitis, nose, feet, and most sore throats are not caused by Streptococcus bacteria.
There is a danger when we take antibiotics when not needed. Antibiotics will not work effectively when we really needed it. Every time we take antibiotics, the bacteria nested body can not kill the antibiotic.
These bacteria are then mutated and more difficult to eradicate. Antibiotics that commonly used to kill is no longer working. The bacteria become resistant to antibiotic bacteria.
Bacteria are increasingly recalcitrant infections can cause more serious and longer. To treat it, need a stronger antibiotic and expensive. More powerful antibiotics can cause side effects compared to the previous antibiotics.
Unfortunately, these antibiotic-resistant bacteria can spread to family members, children, co-workers and surrounding communities. Community would have a risk of infection is increasingly difficult and expensive to cure. Commonly prescribed antibiotics are no longer working.
In addition, taking antibiotics when not needed even cause side effects dizziness, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. Antibiotics cause irritation and swelling of the colon.