What I Experienced Included Allergies And How To Overcome Them?
Morning.Doctor every time I am exposed to cold winds let alone from the air conditioner then I will feel 2 things you don’t cough, their nose is stuck, achy, aching in my back and lower abdomen and sneezing 2 and energy is lost (limp) or I will itch there are lines and finally leave white patches like phlegm on the skin. Does this include a doctor’s allergy and how to overcome it? Thank you
If complaints always occur when exposed to cold temperatures, the condition could be related to cold allergies. Cold allergy is a condition of excessive body reaction when exposed to cold. Some symptoms of cold allergies include appearing biduran in the form of red wounds that feel itchy stinging, swelling of the skin when touching cold objects, and swollen lips or throat when consuming cold food or drinks.
As for the frequent coughing, sneezing, nasal congestion, colds, the condition can be caused by rhinitis. Rhinitis is inflammation and irritation of the nasal mucous membranes. One of the triggers for rhinitis is weather changes or changes in temperature, including when the body is exposed to cold temperatures.
While aches in the back, weakness, and discomfort in the abdomen need to be considered again, whether there are other conditions that affect, for example being tired, not ergonomic body position, fever, anemia, dehydration, hypoglycemia, lack of sleep, and thyroid disorders.
For the time being you can try doing the following tips first, okay?
Adjust the temperature of the room to make it more comfortable for you, when using air conditioning, set the temperature of the air conditioner to be higher, maybe it can be set at a temperature of 26-27 degrees Celsius Use warm clothes or blankets in cold weather Consumption of warm food and drinks Use a humidifier if necessary Rest enough Doing relaxation Exercise regularly and stretch before exercise. Drink plenty of water and consume healthy and nutritious foods. Avoid smoking, cigarette smoke, alcohol, and reduce caffeine. When symptoms appear, you can use calamin lotion to reduce itching. If you feel an increasingly severe complaint For example, until shortness of breath, you should consult a doctor directly so that further tests can be done to ascertain your condition and so you can be treated. Handling will be adjusted to your current condition. For example doctors can give antihistamines to reduce cold allergic reactions.
Hope it helps you,