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A warm up, a cooled air Disease Risk Increases
2016-06-06 06 Haziran 2016 08:22
A WARM UP, A COOLED AİR DİSEASE RİSK INCREASES

A warm up, a cooled air Disease Risk Increases

A warm up, a cooled air Disease Increases Risk
 
Hasan Kalyoncu University (HKU) Institute of Medical Sciences Director Prof. Dr. Ayla Yava; During the transition from spring to summer days, in the face of ever-changing hot and cold weather conditions; children, was an important statement that you need to be careful for they were confronted with the problems of health of the elderly and people with chronic illnesses.
 
Professor Dr. Ayla Yava: "The chronic lung disease in infants, children, stressing the need to be wary of a cooled and a warm air of the people remaining in the elderly and public spaces, in the cold days, hot days of the transition period, he said that these people are at serious risk. Slow addition, the increased risk of developing the disease, he said that the remaining long in crowded environments.
 
Chronic Illness With Caution!
The elderly and people with chronic illness, the body resistance decreased depending noted that the risk of disease folded Slow, careful to behave during their open spaces of the elderly, it would reduce the risk of transmission of infection. In the remaining people will be subjected to a surgical procedure or surgery, indicating that the risk Yava, that the people of developing infectious diseases, said the treatment of the underlying disease can be difficult.
 
Slow Months: "To reduce the risk of diseases of the season pass, which is wary of challenging the immune system to dress the air of a warm up and a cool down in this transition period, the need to avoid excessive sweating and chills. Terleyin of the absolute need to change clothes. Air cooled when the children are not an accurate method of extra thick dress. In this way the child sweating more, which causes an increased risk of becoming ill. Especially children dressed in period in which they fired thick can cause even transfer. Sweating is already developing a case in reaction to the increase of body temperature. When the body of such a tightly wrapped, further increasing the risk of heat. In case of body temperature, sweating and fever should be monitored carefully, the physician must be consulted in case of continuation, "he said.
 
up to transfer due to high fever in children occurred in transitional situations reminiscent of the slow-: "Because the body's temperature control center in the brain, severe damage to the brain may occur due to excessive fire. This period is very important to eat healthy and balanced. Especially vitamin store hosts many seasonal fruits and vegetables to consume, and you will protect your child from various diseases, "he said.