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日本の風邪薬

Japanese Cold Medicine

It is normal for “cold medicines” to be sold at Japanese drugstores, however, it seems to be unusual in many foreign countries.

The various cold medicines that are able to to match with symptoms that are sold at the drugstore even though it is not working for a cold, it relieves only cold symptoms.
There are various cold medicines such as throat candy medicine for a person having a sore throat, nose spray of people having a stuffy nose, etc.

There is the opinion about which medicine takes more time to get you feeling better, there is rather the opinion that you had better not take the medicine due to concerns about side effects.

It’s still popular for the person who can’t be absent for school or work, or someone who is exhausted from a cold.

日本の薬局では「風邪薬」が売られているのが当たり前ですが、
諸外国ではめずらしいようです。
風邪に効く薬はなく、症状を緩和するだけなのですが、
薬局では症状に合わせた様々な風邪薬が売られています。
喉が痛い人には喉飴、鼻がつまる人には鼻スプレーなど
総合的な風邪薬以外にも、いろいろな薬があります。
薬を飲むとかえって治るのが遅くなるという説もあれば
副作用がこわいから飲まない方が良いという説もあります。
それでも風邪で学校や会社を休めない人、
しんどい人に売れています。

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