Do changes in weather make you fall sick?
t seems like every time the weather changes significantly suddenly a lot of people get sick
Research has shown that viruses that cause illnesses such as the common cold and other respiratory infections do spread more easily in cool, dry conditions.
So, the fact is, it's not the temperature of the air around you that is making you sick, but it does make you prone to falling sick.
The rate at which a contagious illness spreads is frequently higher when people live in close proximity to each other like dormitories nursing homes, and even hospitals.
People with chronic conditions such as asthma truly can be affected by changes in the temperature. Significant changes in air temperature or quality can cause asthma flares
There is evidence that the weather has an effect on germs and how likely we are to get sick, but it's still not the temperature itself