The Body Feels Cold And Often Sneezes?
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The body or body that feels cold is a response of the body to physical fatigue, decreased blood glucose supply, or blood flow that is not optimal. This is usually accompanied by an easily limp body or a trembling body.
Some of the conditions below can trigger complaints that the body feels cold, such as:
1. late eating
2. sleep late or sleep deprived
3. stress or anxiety
4. consumption of food that is less balanced against nutritional needs and calorie needs
5. early symptoms of illness
Therefore, evaluating and identifying possible causes will help identify the cause and seek recovery.
To help find out the cause medically, the patient should consult directly with the family doctor or with an internist. The doctor will carry out the diagnosis by interviewing, physical examination, and supporting examinations if necessary. The results of the diagnosis will help doctors provide care and treatment, both with anti-inflammatory medication, symptomatic treatment to help reduce patient complaints.
In connection with your question, the presence of complaints of the body feels cold and sneezing, possibly caused by the condition of stmina and immune system that begins to decline, this causes the sneezing response to appear easily, especially when your airway is exposed to pollution and dust in the environment around you, both when on the road or in your home environment. Sometimes, even when you sit without any high pollution around you, sneezing can also occur. Therefore, because this complaint may be a body alarm for you, to decrease your endurance and your stamina, then you should start to pay attention to your healthy needs and nutritional needs for your daily consumption. If you are tired because of your high routine, then you should rest your body in the next few days.
To ensure your health condition, you should consult with your family doctor as described above.
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