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allergies and susceptability to colds


New research has shown that links may exist between allergies and susceptability to colds.

Colds typically last only for a week or so while allergies, which are highly dependent on external environmental conditions, can go on for weeks and even monts.

Colds spread between people, so susceptability to colds can be decreased by frequent washing of the hands. You can decrease your susceptability to allergies by doing things such as filtering your air and or avoiding foods that affect you.

Some people believe that allergies and colds are linked even more due to the way allergies affect the body's immune system. Allergies may cause excess mucus and swollen tissues in the body, which while not directly causing a cold, do make conditions favorable for germs, and therefore more likely that you will catch a cold if exposed to germs.

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