Autumn is not the season of sickness

Although seasonal changes affect people’s mental behaviors; It can also increase the risk of various diseases.

The reasons such as the cold weather, the opening of schools and the prolongation of the time spent indoors such as public transport may increase the transmission and incidence of microbial infections, especially viral diseases such as colds and flu.

The human body needs a period of 2-4 weeks to adapt to temperature changes and new conditions. This is only possible with smooth seasonal transitions. However, today, this situation cannot be realized due to global warming. The short-term temperature changes that occur with the sudden warming and cooling of the weather also make it difficult for the body to adapt. This situation causes the body to get stressed and weaken the defense system. Both easy transmission and sensitization of the body make it easier to catch flu epidemics, especially in the autumn-winter period. This condition is more common in patients with chronic diseases.

Change your lifestyle so you don’t get sick in the fall

Pay particular attention to hand hygiene. Wash your hands in accordance with the rules, be careful not to touch our nose and eyes.

Stay away from closed spaces and poorly ventilated places as much as possible.

Make sure to dress appropriately for the season. Choose clothes that are neither too thin nor too thick.

Take care to keep the ambient temperature at 25 degrees during normal time and 22 degrees during sleep.

In increasing flu epidemics; Avoid close contact with patients, be careful not to stay in the same environment.

Get the flu vaccine regularly in October-November every year. People with weakened immunity, such as diabetes, kidney and lung patients, should also be vaccinated against pneumonia under the control of a doctor.

Especially in offices and schools; Be careful not to share personal items such as pens, books, computers, glasses.

Consume the wipes for single use and do not reuse them.

Pay attention to diet and sleep patterns. Eat right and balanced. Take care to consume fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C, especially. Increase your fluid intake, neither too hot nor too cold.

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