The fast pace of a heart. Normally, a heart pace of an adult should be about 60 or 100 beats per minute. If a person has a faster pulse when having a rest, it is called tachycardia. The pace, in this case, can be either slower or faster from time to time. In other words, the heartbeat can fluctuate in a low diapason, high diapason or both simultaneously. Thus, the heart works in a different way when the person is stressed or has an infection. It all has a very simple explanation – our heart is trying to activate our immune system to make the oxygen circulate in blood faster by the mean of blood pumping increase. The heart tries to speed up body recovery process.

Flux. Flux is a rather usual symptom for different infections and stomach problems. It can be caused even by the low food quality. However, in case of cholera, this symptom is much more dangerous because of the huge amount of a body water loss. The flux is washy and pale at a glance; it comes unexpectedly. Cholera flux can cause about 1L of water loss per hour. This pace of losing liquids is extremely fast that is why it is dangerous. The medical help must come immediately.