Monday, December 26, 2016
The common cold is everywhere at this time of year, with most people suffering from headaches, sneezing and runny noses. Most just assume that it is a by-product of the winter months, but could you actually be allergic to the cold?
The cold weather can make certain conditions even worse for people, specifically for those suffering from arthritis, asthma and circulation problems. However, a portion of the population are also plagued by a variety of symptoms, brought on, and as a result of, being allergic to the cold weather. Our online GP, Dr Helen Webberley, talks to the Daily Mail about the rare phenomenon - find out what she had to say here.