Why are we more likely to get sick if we are cold?
It's part of the way since everybody stays inside when the climate is terrible, which causes germs to spread. However, a recent report at Yale University found that the rhinovirus that causes most colds can just contaminate cells that are marginally underneath the internal heat level. Warm cells can fight off the infection by creating heaps of interferon proteins. In virus air, the covering of your nose gets chillier and the phones' resistant reaction is a lot more fragile.