Why do people often fall ill
Why do people most often fall ill in the fall?
Tell me, do you also get flu in the fall, a cold or a cold? I can be ill 2 times in a month. Why this happens is a mystery. I lead a healthy lifestyle, I eat well. Moreover, the paradox is this, in the winter I can not be ill at all.
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Answered on September 10, 2016 17:13
And I, since the beginning of kagotsel for the prevention of drinking, have completely ceased to hurt. Viruses now bypass me at any time of the year. Maybe you should do prevention?
Actually, I'm not serious about prevention. Another thing is treatment. There is already a fact: there is a disease, there is a reason for which you need to take medicine.
Answered on September 12, 2016 15:41, Ekaterina Vlasova |
But you look at prevention from the other side. It may be worth taking a course of Kagotsel once a course and then not taking tons of pills, trying to overcome the disease.
Answered on September 12, 2016 19:16, Elizavetta |
Yes, autumn is not an easy time - rain, slush, sores.It is necessary to take care not to please the hospital bed. If prophylaxis does not suit you, start taking antiviral, as soon as you feel unwell, it will help the body to recover, and even the interferon produced by the body will prevent the virus from multiplying.
Answered on September 14, 2016 11:53, Elizavetta |
Anyway, prevention should be present. Hands should be carefully washed, under the nails, by the way, also does not hurt to clean, wash the nose and throat with saline. And all this must be done every time after coming home from the street.
Answered 15 September 2016 16:22, Ekaterina Vlasova |
Answered on September 12, 2016 12:20
Perhaps because during the summer the body becomes accustomed to heat, plenty of light and vitamins, and in the fall it all may disappear, especially with a sharp change in the weather, when just yesterday there was sunshine and heat, and today it is already gloomy, cold and raining. The transitional moment - autumn - the most common in terms of disease. In winter, we can get sick less often, because by this time a cold autumn has “sufficiently hardened” the body, we have become accustomed to a colder climate, and by winter we are going through a gradually cooling autumn.Therefore, all sorts of colds are quite natural for this pore. I am not a doctor, but perhaps you should really take preventive measures in the form of additional vitamins already in August, dress warmer for the weather if you are cold, even if everyone else is wearing light T-shirts. And practice hardening gradually over the course of a year - the body will become stronger, and the autumn transition will not affect you so much over time. If you had a very strong immunity, you would not be infected. Well, you can go to the immunologist at the reception, for example. Perhaps he will give you individual recommendations.
Oh ... :) I'm still that stinker. Although at one time I poured cold water in the morning (about a year so exactly), or rather, my husband poured it on me, my hand did not rise to turn this bucket :) and, you know, it was still sick, that is why it stopped .