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Ted: My mom always said when it was cold outside that I had to wear my jacket so I wouldn’t get sick. Does cold weather make you sick?

 Megan: Being in cold weather doesn’t directly make you more likely to get sick. It’s the fact that viruses spread more easily when body temperature is colder. If your nasal passage is cold, 33°C/91.4°F, which is lower than normal body temperature, it can be a breeding ground for the rhinovirus (common cold). Another reason more people get sick when it’s colder is because people are spending more time together inside where it is warmer. This means the risk for spreading germs in close quarters is higher. You do have lower vitamin D levels during the colder months and the immune system does have to work harder with lower body temperatures. In the end, wearing a jacket keeps you warmer so it could help you prevent or not get sick (possibly).  If you have a question for Dr. FIT, email her at everybodysfit@gmail.com and be sure to check out her websites www.everybodysfitoceanside.com and www.mindfulbodys.com

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