Autumn Disease Prevention Tips

Autumn and winter are the season of frequent occurrence of infectious diseases, allergic diseases and other diseases. In the alternating seasons, the temperature is not constant, sometimes cold and sometimes hot. The temperature difference in a day is relatively large. It is cool in the morning and evening, but the sun is burning in the afternoon. If you can't increase or decrease your clothes in time, you will have uneven cold and heat, and you are easy to catch a cold. If you add clothes too early, you will sweat, open sweat pores, increase blood flow, strengthen heat dissipation function and accelerate heat dissipation. If you can't adjust the rapid changes in the body and the outside world in time, you will have cold symptoms such as fever, cough and runny nose when the cool wind blows. If your resistance is low or treatment is not timely, you can develop tracheitis, pneumonia, etc.

1. Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases


The weather becomes cool, peripheral blood vessels contract, blood pressure fluctuates greatly, and cold stimulation will also cause coronary artery spasm, affect the blood supply of the heart, and induce angina pectoris or myocardial infarction. Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular patients should pay more attention to increasing or decreasing clothes at any time, actively prevent and treat colds, take medicine on time, and adhere to physical exercise within their ability. In case of sudden dizziness, limb numbness or precordial discomfort, go to the hospital for diagnosis and treatment in time to prevent accidents.

2. Tracheitis and pneumonia

Aerobic exercise

Colds are upper respiratory tract infections, while tracheitis and pneumonia are lower respiratory tract infections. Lower respiratory tract infections are much more serious than upper respiratory tract infections. Upper respiratory tract infection can develop into lower respiratory tract infection. Aerobic exercise is a good way to improve the body's resistance, but we must pay attention to the changes of indoor and outdoor temperature and increase clothes appropriately.

3. Rhinallergosis


The dry weather in autumn, coupled with the serious air pollution and the increase of various allergic factors, will stimulate the nasal mucosa, resulting in a very high incidence of allergic rhinitis.

4. Acute gastroenteritis

Acute gastroenteritis

In autumn, the digestive function of human body and the disease resistance of intestines and stomach begin to decline. In addition, autumn is the season for all kinds of fruits to mature. If you don't eat it in moderation, it is easy to cause gastrointestinal diseases.

5. Oral ulcer

Oral ulcer

Autumn air is dry, easy to produce oral ulceration. There are also symptoms such as dry nose, sore throat and fever.

6. Skin diseases

Skin diseases

Autumn is also a season of high incidence of various skin diseases, mostly manifested as skin pruritus, redness, swelling, pain and other symptoms, which are common in the inner side of thighs and lower legs.

How to prevent infectious diseases in autumn

1. Less to crowded places.
2. We should pay attention to environmental hygiene, food hygiene and personal hygiene.
3. Keep the room ventilated frequently

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