The Body Is Susceptible To Colds And Asthma?
. I want to ask about my endurance. I feel very burdened with the state of my body when exposed to only a little exposure to direct wind experienced severe flu and about a few hours or a few days the production of mucus in the throat becomes excessive and makes me become asthma instantly. Moreover, if only a little exposure to the fan, it immediately spontaneously makes me asthma, I have been hospitalized but nothing has changed, please explain.
Thank you for the question.
Some people do have a low sensitivity, so that exposure to wind, cold, and even a little dry air can make the airways become inflamed, resulting in a variety of complaints, including pills (flu), slimy throat, and asthma. This condition is usually experienced in people with allergies or certain immune disorders, such as cystic fibrosis. Genetic factors, and a weak immune system, such as fatigue, lack of nutrition, lack of exercise, lack of rest, HIV, long-term consumption of steroids, and so on can also make it easier for you to experience these illnesses. It could also be easy for you to catch a cold, slimy throat, and asthma caused by the condition of your environment that is unclean, polluted, accustomed to smoking or exposure to cigarette smoke, living in a densely populated environment, or also experiencing certain anatomical abnormalities in the respiratory tract (such as septal deviation nose).
This condition is often not dangerous. But indeed, the recurrence of these complaints can greatly reduce productivity and disrupt activities. Therefore, here are suggestions that you can take to prevent recurring and recurring complaints:
Increase endurance, i.e. by regular exercise, eating variations of fruits rich in vitamin C, eating also other balanced nutritious food variations, drinking more water, sleeping at the beginning of time at least 6-8 hours a day
Stay away from cigarettes and smoke
Maintain cleanliness of the environment in which you live, such as routine sweeping and mopping, periodic vacuuming, changing sheets and curtains regularly, not littering
Stay away from potential allergens and airway irritants, including dust, mites, pollen, animal hair, cotton, smoke, etc.
Bathing diligently and cleanly, diligently also washing hands with antiseptic soap
No excessive use of air conditioners or fans, preferring to use an air humidifier and air purifier
If there are other people around who have an infectious respiratory infection, check it out and use a mask to prevent it from being infected
Do not take any medicine without a doctor's prescription
If with the steps above your condition still does not improve much, it seems you need to check yourself further to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine in order to further evaluate the possible causes of your complaints. Blood tests, allergy tests, x-rays, respiratory function tests, etc. can be done by your doctor to give you a more comprehensive treatment.
Hope this helps ...