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Fever is a reversible increase in body temperature that lasts for a particular time frame in a patient, which depends on the intensity of the illness and the treatment administered to address the temperature change. Though fever is not life-threatening, it causes great discomfort to everyone.Anyone who has ever had a fever knows how miserable and worrisome they can be, particularly when dealing with young children. Fevers are a common sign of illness and a necessary response to stimulate the immune system and fend off unwanted invaders which thrive at normal body temperature

Here are 6 home remedies to help reduce a fever without medications:

1. Stay Hydrated

The first step is to stay properly hydrated. Dehydration can happen easily, particularly with babies and young children. Often you will not have an appetite for food with a fever, as your body is busy using its energy to fight the illness and doesn’t want to expend it to digest food. There is no need to force your body to eat if you have no appetite, but keep up with the liquids. Try eating steamed vegetables, soups and, broths if possible to stay nourished. Drink plenty of water and herbal teas. Coconut water is a good choice to add electrolytes to your system.

2. Get Some Rest

Sleep is the body’s most powerful natural method for recovery from illness. In fact, lack of sleep can even make you sick. Be sure to get plenty of sleep to allow your body to use the energy it has to fight the illness. This is the perfect time to use those sick days and to keep your kids home from school. Extra sleep will ensure a quicker recovery, while also preventing spreading something if you happen to be contagious.

3. Fruit juices
Fresh pressed fruit juices provide the body with necessary sugars and vitamins that help regain strength. This increases energy in the body and enhances the immune system to fight against the illness.This is one of the best ways to hydrate the body and cool it down.

4.Lukewarm baths

A lukewarm bath is one of the best methods to reduce body temperature. Taking a shower with lukewarm water relaxes the muscles and soothes the body.It relieves stress and provides energy.

5. Boost Your Immunity:

Assist your body in fighting the illness: Vitamin C and colloidal silver are all good options to have on hand to give your immune system a helping hand.Taking food rich in vitamin C reduces oxidative stress and improves immunity. Drinking lemon juice with lukewarm water is an effective natural cure for fever, as well as colds, flu, and other diseases.

6. Use apple cider vinegar 

This might come as a surprise, but apple cider vinegar works wonderfully well to break fever naturally. This liquid is acidic in nature and helps drive away heat from within, enabling your body to cool down. Moreover, the vitamins and minerals present in apple cider vinegar replenish the lost minerals in your body.


While it is generally advisable to let a fever run its course, there are certain red flags to watch for that may indicate a need for a trip or call to the doctor:

  • Dehydration.
  • Persistent fever lasting more than 2-3 days.
  • Any fever over 100.4º F in a baby under 3 months.
  • A fever over 104º F, or when the person has a compromised immune system or is undergoing chemotherapy treatment.
  • No clear source of the fever (no runny nose, no cough, no pain, etc.).
  • Excessive lethargy.
  • Trouble breathing.

While most fevers are harmless and are actually helpful, always use your best judgment and consult your doctor if there is a cause for concern.

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