Antibiotics are the most common drugs prescribed for treating bacteria infection. Their main action is to stop the bacteria from reproducing and kill it. They are mainly prescribed when the level of infection is significant and our immune system is unable to kill.
How do Antibiotics work?
When a bacteria tries to attack the immune system, they multiply (reproduce). When a new bacteria grows the antibiotics makes it unable for the bacteria to develop cell wall for its protection. Since no cell wall is there to protect bacteria it dies from the action of the immune system.
They are prescribed for bacterial infection only. Do not take for flu, cough and cold.
- Stomach upset
- Skin rash
Improvement in health and resistance
The antibiotics medication helps and relieving from the bacterial infection. It cures the infection is less time. If there is a serious bacterial infection the medication helps your immune system to fight against such bacteria.
It must be used only when you are in need. Even though they available on Over the Counter they can be dangerous for you. Prolong use of it can cause resistance to the medications effects.