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Beware of cold invasion in summer

As summer is coming, the temperature is rising fast, people have to stick to air conditions every day in the home whether in the car, store or office. Many people will cool themselves down by having iced fruits and cold-water bath.

These acts can actually easily lead to heat and dampness invasion and cause giddiness, hot cold, gastrointestinal discomfort and other symptoms. We should also aware of "cold invasion" in summer.

Air conditioning is a great invention of modern life but it can also bring series of problems to us. Staying in the air-conditioned environment for too long can make your sweat gland contract and hinder the sweat from going out and induce diseases. So when you have a rest in the daytime or sleep at night, you should pay attention not to keep th air condition on for too long lest there is fever headache, joint pain, chest tightness, nausea and muscle paralysis.

People love to eat iced fruits and ice creams and sleep on the cold mat at night. It is easy to cause gastroenteritis or cold. With the coming of summer, swimming is getting more and more popular with people. If you get inside the water immediately after sweating, it is easy to increase sore joints, sore muscles, or even paralysis.

Due to the temperature difference between the air conditioning room and outside is very big, we should pay great attention to what we wear. In addition, the old and young should tune the temperature of the air condition. When sleeping,cover vulnerable parts such as chest, abdomen, lower body and joints.

In addition to opening the window for ventilation , we can also take more celery to fight against air condition syndrome. Celery contains rich in provitamin A, vitamin B1, B2, vitamin C, vitamin P, trace elements, protein and food fiber. In an airtight and air-conditioned room, the body's internal heat is unable to discharge, which can easily cause diseases. Celery has the efficacy of clearing the heat in the intestines and promote gastrointestinal peristalsis.

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