As temperatures drop in winters, weather-related health problems start to arise. The cold weather brings a number of risks related to your immune system, skin, and heart. Older adults may especially be at risk and should be ready to fight back.
A few impacts of the oncoming winter are listed below:
- Winters leads to dry eyes
The winter season may result in burning or itching. The symptoms may indicate dry eye which is a condition wherein the eyes don’t produce enough moisture. Options for relief include eye drops on prescription and changes in diet.
2. Winter cracks and skin burns
Winter air can dry out the skin and cause rashes, irritations or winter eczema. One should resort to apply moisture throughout the day.
3. Winters also change eating habits in some people
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