Most people assume that transition weather is a time where people are easier to get caught by cold and cough with fever because of the extreme weather changes. This extreme weather changes requires our body to be able to adapt quickly. But, what is exactly the relationship between some diseases that attack this immune system with the transition weather itself?

Actually, it is not about the weather, but the bacteria that grow inside. A research led by Yale University explains that in transition weather the air temperature has decreased and it is such a perfect condition for the virus and bacteria to multiplied, especially for cold and cough.

When the air gets colder, the body cells that serves as virus detector freeze and could not work optimally in fighting viruses and bacteria that enter the body. That is the reason why people are easier to get caught by cough and flu. Plus, the virus spreads so fast through the air.

The same thing happens when the humid rainy season changes to the dry season where the air temperature gets warmer and people interested to do some outside activities. Unfortunately, these temperature changes lead to narrowing blood vessels, which eventually causes headaches and also the initial symptoms of cold. In fact, the excessive exposure of sunlight can also disrupt our brain performance.

Therefore, keep your body healthy with consuming nutritious food and also do some physical exercises every day. And if you feel that the cold and cough symptoms are coming your way, don’t forget to take sudrex Cold & Cough that contains PE (Phenylephrine) which actively relieves the symptoms of cold such as headache, fever, nasal decongestion, sneezes, and cough without phlegm. sudrex Cold & Cough, the right choice for cold & cough!

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