Video: ❶ Influenza And Sore Throat In Summer
Quite often, infectious diseases attack adults and children in the summer, which is extremely surprising, because around the heat, heat. But it turns out that there is nothing surprising in this. And experts warn that prevention in summer is as necessary as in winter and autumn. Location: Location:
When the ambient temperature is quite high, people try to cool themselves in every possible way. They install air conditioners in homes and offices, drink chilled drinks every day, and constantly replenish their ice cream supplies. But they don’t think that this can harm their health.
For example, if a person who has fallen into a cool room from the heat decides to drink a glass of ice water, then the tonsils receive a serious blow. And the result can be the appearance of a sore throat.
By the way, it is not at all necessary to freeze strongly - it all depends on the state of immunity. For some, even a stream of air or a cold shower may suffice, since a sharp drop in temperature can also get sick. Therefore, experts began to call angina a seasonal (summer) disease.
But, despite the fact that flu and SARS are less common in summer, it is necessary to be protected from them. In particular, the summer flu has become widespread recently, then an intestinal infection also joins the usual signs of the disease.
People call "summer flu" the disease of dirty hands. However, not only children are susceptible to it, but also adults who like to eat vegetables directly from the garden. The disease often begins with a sharp pain in the abdomen, diarrhea and vomiting are also possible, and after that other symptoms appear - cough, runny nose, muscle pain, inflammation of the lymph nodes.
Summer flu can cause a number of complications, which are most common in immunocompromised toddlers and children. It can be urethritis, mumps, bronchitis, pneumonia, pyelitis.
When the disease appears, you should not stand it on your feet. As soon as you notice the first signs, immediately go to the doctor who can prescribe tests, make the correct diagnosis and prescribe effective treatment.