You wake up and boom: The head is dizzy, the nose runs, the breath rattles and joints do not even with. A cold can be terribly annoying, especially if you had the feeling during the day that it would go uphill. Because in the evening you can be sure that the fever and thus the discomfort increases. But why do you feel worse in the evening? On the one hand it is related to the body temperature of a person, on the other hand with the body's own anti-inflammatory. Body temperature also changes in healthy people throughout the day. In the evening this is a lot warmer than in the morning.
The body temperature rises in the evening.
This means that measuring fever in the morning can only show a fraction of the state of health. You are only really healthy when there is no fever in the evening. When the joints are affected, there is also a source of inflammation in the body, which is kept at bay by the body's own inhibitors during the day. In the evening, however, the production of this substance decreases, so that one feels that everything would hurt a lot more. As you can see, a cold or flu is composed of many different symptoms. Another symptom that is also perceived as worse at night is the cough.
Sleeping with a supported upper body promotes relaxation.
Sometimes one can easily counteract the tormenting attacks of coughing: In bed, one should not lie flat, but store the upper body higher. This also helps with a stuffy nose whose mucous membrane swells when lying down. Another factor that you like to underestimate is the bedstead that you have not kept. For anyone who has a cold or has the flu MUST allow his body to rest in order to recover completely. And even if you take the laptop to bed and answer all the mails of the day: you take the energy away from the recovery process. And in the evening, a sick body is twice as exhausted as a normal one.