What does our body do when we get sick?
Our body produces mucus when we are sick to protect our lungs, so the bad bacteria doesn’t affect our breathing.
It would depend on how you are sick and how bad it is.
if it something like vomiting your body would react all yucky all over.
If it is a bad cough than it would be all dry in the throat.
It depends on what kind of illness you would have.
One could be a cold so a runny nose watery eyes coughing and sneezing.
You could have gastro which would be throwing up and diaria.
There are just so many ways you can be sick and so many different symptoms.
When you get sick it usually depends on how bad it is. Such as when you have a running nose that means your nose would be wet; and if you’re vomiting that would mean your body would feel yuck all over.
Depending on what sickness it is, your body reacts differently. For example if it’s a cold you can still do things a bit more enthusiastically, then when you have a fever you can barely do anything because you feel tired.
The mucus inside your body protects your lungs from the bacteria that can infect it.
The immune system helps us get through diseases. It depends on what kind of sickness you have. It you have cold you will get a red nose and so many sneezes and if you have a cough your throat will dry out.
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