When the body overheats and/or there is a malfunction in the ability of the body to cool itself, then heat exhaustion or heat stroke can occur. It can be deadly if left untreated.
The arrival of spring means warmer weather, greenery, and inevitably — seasonal allergies. Seasonal allergies and colds share common symptoms, making it difficult to tell the two apart. The common cold is caused by a virus, while allergy symptoms are caused by the immune system’s response to allergens (pollen, dust, pet dander, etc.) Both conditions typically involve sneezing, a runny nose, and congestion.
While we can’t always avoid stressful situations, we can focus on how we react to them – which has a huge impact on your body.