you maintain your health with the vagaries of the weather?

you maintain your health with the vagaries of the weather?  Temperature fluctuations and sudden change in weather during the transitional periods between seasons, may expose humans to health problems, due to insufficient preparation for the new atmosphere.  Dr. Ibrahim Topal Ali, from the Health Directorate of the Turkish state of Kocaeli, said that changes in the climatic seasons affect our lives greatly.  He added to Anadolu Agency that closing doors and windows for fear of cold with the advent of autumn helps create an environment suitable for the spread of viruses and bacteria, causing several diseases, especially influenza.  And Tobal Ali explained that "the survival of these viruses for a longer period in the non-renewable air increases the chance of transmission from one person to another, causing infection and the spread of diseases."  He added, "Respiratory diseases are more common when the seasons change, including colds and colds, which usually last from 3 to 10 days, so it is necessary to take the necessary measures to prevent them."  Here, the Turkish doctor offers a set of tips for dealing with the change of seasons:-  1- Commitment to medical surgical masks when needed, as they have proven very effective in maintaining safety and health, and have become a line of defense against external viruses.  2- Washing and cleaning the mouth and nose with salt water by placing two teaspoons equivalent to 10 grams of salt in a liter of hot sterile water and leaving it to cool slightly before use, as this method contributes to calming the mucous cells of the nose, preventing the entry of viruses and reducing congestion.  3- Drinking hot drinks such as green tea and herbal tea with honey, ginger and lemon rich in vitamin C, as these drinks contribute to strengthening the body's immune strength against viruses and sudden colds.  4- Be careful to breathe through the nose instead of the mouth, as the hairs inside the nose purify, warm and humidify the air through the channels before it enters the lungs. The nose is a natural pathway for air to enter and leave the body.  5- Pay attention to the difference in temperature by placing a scarf on the nose and mouth during the cold weather, and not to be exposed to cold air after leaving the warm bath, because the blood vessels in the nose shrink at low temperatures, so the blood flow to that area decreases, and thus the internal heating process decreases. Which constitutes a suitable environment for influenza viruses and colds.  6- Paying attention to personal hygiene and washing hands when coming from outside for a period of no less than 20 seconds, and massaging the hands well, because most respiratory diseases are transmitted through shaking hands and using other people’s tools. It is also important to alert children that they are more likely to use their schoolmates' items.  7- Taking the necessary vaccinations against respiratory diseases such as influenza and corona vaccines.

Temperature fluctuations and sudden change in weather during the transitional periods between seasons, may expose humans to health problems, due to insufficient preparation for the new atmosphere.

Dr. Ibrahim Topal Ali, from the Health Directorate of the Turkish state of Kocaeli, said that changes in the climatic seasons affect our lives greatly.

He added to Anadolu Agency that closing doors and windows for fear of cold with the advent of autumn helps create an environment suitable for the spread of viruses and bacteria, causing several diseases, especially influenza.

And Tobal Ali explained that "the survival of these viruses for a longer period in the non-renewable air increases the chance of transmission from one person to another, causing infection and the spread of diseases."

He added, "Respiratory diseases are more common when the seasons change, including colds and colds, which usually last from 3 to 10 days, so it is necessary to take the necessary measures to prevent them."

Here, the Turkish doctor offers a set of tips for dealing with the change of seasons:-

1- Commitment to medical surgical masks when needed, as they have proven very effective in maintaining safety and health, and have become a line of defense against external viruses.

2- Washing and cleaning the mouth and nose with salt water by placing two teaspoons equivalent to 10 grams of salt in a liter of hot sterile water and leaving it to cool slightly before use, as this method contributes to calming the mucous cells of the nose, preventing the entry of viruses and reducing congestion.

3- Drinking hot drinks such as green tea and herbal tea with honey, ginger and lemon rich in vitamin C, as these drinks contribute to strengthening the body's immune strength against viruses and sudden colds.

4- Be careful to breathe through the nose instead of the mouth, as the hairs inside the nose purify, warm and humidify the air through the channels before it enters the lungs. The nose is a natural pathway for air to enter and leave the body.

5- Pay attention to the difference in temperature by placing a scarf on the nose and mouth during the cold weather, and not to be exposed to cold air after leaving the warm bath, because the blood vessels in the nose shrink at low temperatures, so the blood flow to that area decreases, and thus the internal heating process decreases. Which constitutes a suitable environment for influenza viruses and colds.

6- Paying attention to personal hygiene and washing hands when coming from outside for a period of no less than 20 seconds, and massaging the hands well, because most respiratory diseases are transmitted through shaking hands and using other people’s tools. It is also important to alert children that they are more likely to use their schoolmates' items.

7- Taking the necessary vaccinations against respiratory diseases such as influenza and corona vaccines.

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