Be careful of your features in cold winter to avoid illness

The winter climate is characterized by low temperature, frequent cold air activities, and more opportunities for human facial features to contact the air, so it is easy to get sick.

Epistaxis is also called epistaxis. In winter, the weather is cold and dry, and the nasal mucosa is easy to scab, which makes people feel uncomfortable. They often dig their nostrils with their hands, resulting in epistaxis. In addition, winter is the peak season of rhinitis incidence rate, and allergic rhinitis patients are most prone to epistaxis.

In winter, when the lips become dry, people will lick them with their tongues consciously or unconsciously, and the saliva will evaporate immediately. The more they lick, the more dry they become, resulting in dry lips and corners of the mouth. At the same time, bacteria in the mouth take the opportunity to invade the corners of the mouth, resulting in inflammation. In addition, the supply of fresh vegetables in winter is reduced, resulting in a lack of vitamin B2 in the body, which is also one of the reasons for inducing keratitis.

There are many types of glaucoma. In addition to “congenital”, it usually occurs in winter, especially within 24 hours after the strong cold air transits. Studies have shown that when the daily temperature changes greatly, the IOP may fluctuate greatly. The reason why strong cold air induces glaucoma after crossing the border is that the temperature drops too much, affecting the temperature regulation center, making the autonomic nerve interfere with blood pressure, causing fluctuations in intraocular pressure, and then getting sick.

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