Most fevers will improve of their own accord in a few days. However, there are a number of things you can do to help the uncomfortable feelings associated with a fever.
Don’t over dress. Wear loose comfortable clothing and make sure the room you are in isn’t too warm. You shouldn’t attempt to make yourself feel cold.
Drink more fluids, avoiding alcohol as this can make dehydration worse.
You sweat more when you have a fever and drinking water makes sure you won’t get dehydrated. You should be passing urine approximately every 6 hours.
A pale yellow urine means you’re unlikely to be dehydrated. If you’re concerned about coronavirus (COVID-19), take a medicine that reduces fever such as paracetamol (unless you’re allergic or have been told by a healthcare professional that you can’t take it).