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11. How Likely are You to Get A Cold?

So if NIH says that cold temperature does NOT affect you getting a cold, then what does?

You don’t always get a cold from every contact with cold virus. There are many factors that determine whether you actually get the symptoms of a cold or not.

I believe cold temperature is one important factor, but there are other factors, most of which I

getting a cold

How likely are you to get a common cold?

am in agreement with other medical literature on.

–the strength of the type of virus. With more than 200 types, 100 types of rhinoviruses alone, there are some types that are stronger than others.

— the quantity of the virus that you encounter. How much of it enters your body. The more you are around other people the more encounters with the Common Cold viruses you have. Most of us are encountering cold viruses a lot over the year. Some people such as teachers, people who work in crowds of other people, including my poor husband (can you imagine how much he gets sneezed on in his ER clinic??? Yechhhhh)

But probably the most important factor is how strong a person’s immune system is..

More on that in next post.

 

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