Question:How Does A 'Head Cold' Or 'Chest Cold' Differ From The Common Cold, If At All?
Answer: They're essential the same thing. A head cold or a chest cold is essential a viral infection that is usually the common cold virus.
And it can affect multiple systems including eyes, ears, nose, throat, congestion and sometimes the upper respiratory symptoms as that's often referred to as, spreads and goes down lower and starts involving the chest, which is referred to as a lower respiratory tract infection. But usually these are attributed to viral infections.