The new flu pandemic, which is still in its early stages, has brought the spotlight to the symptoms of tunnel fever.

Some people who are already sick with tunnel syndrome may experience a worsening of symptoms such as fatigue and dizziness.

Others may experience more severe symptoms such anorexia and weight loss.

Symptoms of tunnel syndrome are similar to those seen in the flu and include fever, cough, nausea, headache, vomiting and diarrhea.

But unlike flu-like symptoms, people with tunnel illness do not have to have symptoms.

Tunnel fever is more common in younger people and in people who have recently experienced a fever, although it can also occur during childhood.

In fact, the first signs of tunnel illness appear before the age of 12.

Some experts have said that the symptoms that people with the flu may experience are very similar to the flu.

But experts say that the severity of symptoms can vary greatly depending on how much the virus has spread.

Tunnel fever is the most common cold and the most serious flu-related condition.

Most people with flu have not had symptoms, but it can cause some people to be very sick, especially when the virus is very mild.

Symptom types of tunnel flu are:Symptoms may include:Anorexia (abdominal discomfort, nausea and vomiting)Anxiety and paranoiaAnxiety (severe)Muscle weakness and weakness in one of the legs or arms (weakness and weakness)Fatigue (dizziness)Anemia (low blood sugar)A high fever (fever with or without headache)Aching muscles (muscle weakness)Difficulty breathing (blurred vision)A severe cough (cough with or no effect on breathing)Muscles in the face (headache)Abdominal pain (pain in the upper chest or abdomen)Seizures (seizures)Common signs and symptoms of a milder variant of tunnel virus include:Diarrhea (sickness)Muscular weakness (dislocation of muscles, especially the neck)Swelling in the mouth (crawling or trembling)Pain in the feet (fractures, numbness)Weakness in the legs (soreness, weakness, or loss of coordination)Difficult breathing (shortness of breath)Weak skin (pale skin, or discoloration)A weak immune system (weak immune system is the body’s immune system’s ability to fight infection)Diffuse (worrisome) skin rash (pink, red, or brown spots)Dizziness (foggy or watery eyes)Possible symptoms of severe tunnel fever include:Confusion (loss of information or comprehension)Infection with a cold (cold-like symptom)High fever (high fever with or with little or no fever)Treatment for a mild version of tunnel sickness involves taking anti-viral medication.

The CDC recommends people with mild tunnel syndrome take a flu shot before the start of the flu season.

If you do not get the flu shot, you may still have symptoms of the virus.

However, the CDC says that you should not get a second dose of the vaccine if you have a history of the syndrome.

If symptoms worsen, talk to your doctor.

If you have symptoms that you think you have tunnel fever, call your doctor or go to the emergency room.

The Mayo Clinic advises people to call 911 if they feel they are at risk for becoming ill with tunnel symptoms, especially if they have other serious illnesses.