If you're experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, such as a fever or nausea, it's important to take the necessary steps to care for yourself. In most cases, you won't need any specific treatment and can manage your symptoms at home until you feel better. Not everyone with the virus has these symptoms, and for many, the symptoms are mild and don't include a fever.It's possible to spread the virus even if you have mild symptoms or no symptoms at all. Other common symptoms include flu-like symptoms such as muscle aches and fatigue, headache, stiff neck, confusion, loss of balance, and seizures.
To help alleviate these symptoms, you can try focusing on the horizon or distracting yourself with music. Medications are also available to prevent and treat motion sickness.Nausea is an upset stomach that often comes with the need to vomit, but it doesn't always cause vomiting. Other symptoms that may occur include trouble swallowing, muscle weakness, double or blurred vision, droopy eyelids, difficulty speaking, and difficulty moving the eyes. These symptoms usually start in the head and worsen as the disease progresses.