Causes And Overcome Colds Since Childhood?
I caught a cold from kindergarten until now I am in 12th grade, why do you think it is the way to overcome it and why?
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Colds that do not heal until a long time are often caused by the following conditions:
Allergies, for example due to dust mites, cold, pollen, fur or animal dung, and other air substances
Anatomic disorders of the nasal cavity, for example due to septal deviation
Benign or malignant tumors around the nasal cavity, for example polyps, nasopharyngeal carcinomas
Others, such as viral or bacterial infections, immune disorders (for example cystic fibrosis), nasal cavity irritations (such as exposure to dry air or certain chemical acids), etc.
The bumps that sometimes feel pain in your armpits can also indicate many conditions, for example skin infections (such as acne, folliculitis), enlargement of the skin in addition to infections (such as keloids, hyperkeratosis, skin tags, lipomas, fibromas, cysts, sarcomas, melanomas) lymphadenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes, often due to infection, benign or malignant tumors, immune disorders), and so on.
Colds and bumps in the armpits that you experience actually do not always occur due to dangerous causes. However, considering that this complaint has been going on for a long time, you should still not let it go. Go directly to your doctor so that you can properly evaluate the cause of your complaint and be given appropriate treatment. If deemed necessary, your doctor may also refer you to an ENT specialist or internal medicine.
At this time, you need to go through the following recommendations:
Avoid exposure to substances that can trigger inflammation in your nasal cavity (as we mentioned above)
Be diligent in washing your hands with antiseptic soap, clean bathing
Use a mask when in a dirty and polluted environment
Don't use air conditioner or excessive fan
Use a humidifier when possible (especially when the air is dry)
Increase endurance by eating nutritious foods, consumption of fruits rich in vitamin C, regular exercise, and adequate rest
Do not carelessly squeeze or give treatment for bumps in the armpits without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...