Avoiding a flu shot in the United States is no big deal, every second person in U.S. avoid getting their flu shot each year. It’s quite simple to understand why people take flu shot for granted in America.
Its all about minor pain — There are many people who scared of the needle which makes them hate injected, this reason is enough to understand why people used to avoid getting their flu shot. There are only a few people who don’t mind injection or someone to pinch needle in their arm.
Sometimes it causes aches in the muscles or fatigue. But still, some people end up coming down with the flu shot. But why people need their flu shot every year?
Sometimes, you don’t get your flu shot and don’t get sick. While sometimes, the flu season isn’t that much worse then why one need to get flu shot every year?
These types of questions are quite common because there is a misconception about the flu shot. The problem behind it is a lack of awareness. There is some common evidence in the favor of flu vaccination every year like:
- The bad flu can lead you to the death, it can even kill healthy adults.
- One can’t get the flu from the flu shot.
- The vaccine protects you from the threatening complications.
- The vaccine takes a few week to kick in a body if one felt sick just after the flu shot, it was considered as just a coincidence.
All these points are 100 percent true. These are the reasons to get vaccinated every year. However, these points are not enough to convince many who take it as for granted.
The elderly people, the very young, the pregnant and the immunocompromised people are more likely to catch flu in the flu season.