Can Weather Change Make You Sick

Can Weather Change Make You Sick

The weather can make you feel under the weather. It’s not actually going to make you sick though, it just weakens your immune system and makes bacteria or viruses more likely to get into a sore throat for instance – but don’t worry Dr London says she sees plenty of people this time every year with colds .

What Cause Change In Weather

The Earth is round, so the Sun’s rays don’t fall evenly on all land and oceans. The closer you are to equator-the more warmth there will be from shining directly through it; however at higher latitudes (like 65 degrees) where sunlight only shines part way down towards our feet), temperatures can get very cold during winter time because little or no light reaches these areas causing colder weather patterns with greater amounts of wind movement distributing heat energy throughout each day

What Really Makes You Ill

The idea that doctors know everything and are therefore able to cure all diseases is wrong. Doctors do not even understand how their own medicines work, let alone what causes a patient’s condition or whom they should treat for which conditions! This quote from Voltaire captures beautifully enough why many therapies in traditional healthcare systems only patch together solutions with limited effects – because there isn’t really any knowledge behind them beyondAH propensity towards one set pattern across everyone who takes this chemical cocktail (or injection).

Why Do We Get Sick

Disease is a term that gets used very frequently in everyday life. It can refer to anything from an infection all the way up through disease-related causes such as viruses, bacteria and others like them which cause illness when they enter our bodies via inhalation of air or consumption thereof; cuts on skin surface allowing entry for these pathogens also come into play here too – this makes sense because otherwise how would you get infected?! There’s two main kinds: infectious (which includes diseases caused by pathogenic organisms) AND noninfectious ones where abnormal functioning occurs without any external influence whatsoever

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