Does changing weather aggravate diseases?

Dr. Olysa Savelyeva Group revealed that there are some diseases that can be exacerbated by changing weather, as reported by the newspaper "Russia Today".

The doctor pointed out that changing weather exacerbates many chronic diseases that humans suffer from: asthma, chronic joint diseases, cardiovascular diseases, traumatic brain injuries, chronic sinusitis, upper respiratory infections and seasonal allergies. Some people also suffer from mental disorders and trauma.

According to her, sudden fluctuations in temperature and atmospheric pressure seem to be a test of the immune system and musculoskeletal system of the human body. Therefore, the body weakens when it tries to adapt to these changes in the weather, which exacerbates chronic diseases.

"The most serious complication that the body faces is the exacerbation of chronic cardiovascular disease. This complication can occur against the background of high blood pressure with a decrease in atmospheric air temperature. These changes increase the risk of myocardial infarction, high blood pressure and angina."

She pointed out that the low level of atmospheric pressure accompanied by high atmospheric air temperature is also dangerous to human health.

"In such climatic conditions, the oxygen content in the atmospheric air decreases, which can lead to myocardial infarction and stroke. The people most at risk are those with chronic hypoxia."

She added that although every person tolerates weather changes according to the characteristics of his body and his health condition, there is a way to prevent complications - consult a doctor who will provide the necessary instructions to protect the body and when necessary prescribe the necessary treatment.