1.Runny Nose: Cold
This is one of the most common causes of a runny nose. Other symptoms might include sneezing, a stuffy nose, and a sore throat. They come on slowly and usually go away on their own. You’ll feel better if you rest and drink lots of fluids. COVID-19 infection can also cause a runny nose and nasal congestion. Get tested if you have these symptoms.
2.Runny Nose: Flu
Flu symptoms appear quickly and often include fever, aches, and chills. Most people get better anywhere between a few days and 2 weeks, but antiviral treatments can shorten your illness by 1-2 days. Be on the lookout for complications among people at high risk such as young children, adults over 65, pregnant women, and people with conditions like asthma, heart ailments, and diabetes.