Why do residents of megacities often get angina?

April 07, 2016, 16:45

Peo­ple liv­ing in large cities are more prone to acute infec­tious and chron­ic ill­ness­es because their immune sys­tems are con­stant­ly being test­ed. Stress, exces­sive phys­i­cal and emo­tion­al stress, pol­lut­ed air and water, unnat­ur­al food, a seden­tary lifestyle, lack of exer­cise… All these fac­tors deplete the body, weak­en the immune sys­tem, lead­ing to a decrease in resis­tance to colds and oth­er dis­eases.

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As you can see, the lifestyle and envi­ron­men­tal con­di­tions are fun­da­men­tal in the for­ma­tion of a strong immune defense of the body. But that’s not all. Sci­en­tists from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Col­orado at Boul­der have proven that too much zeal for city dwellers to clean also neg­a­tive­ly affects immu­ni­ty. After all, there are some microor­gan­isms that pos­i­tive­ly inter­act with the immune sys­tem. There­fore, you should not get car­ried away with all kinds of anti­sep­tics, antibac­te­r­i­al soaps, etc. By killing the path­o­gen­ic flo­ra, we also elim­i­nate ben­e­fi­cial bac­te­ria that help strength­en the immune sys­tem.

Anoth­er risk fac­tor for peo­ple liv­ing in megac­i­ties is the high prob­a­bil­i­ty of con­tact with infec­tious dis­eases, because we are con­stant­ly among peo­ple: in the office, trans­port, super­mar­kets.

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Does all of the above mean that we should drop every­thing and move to the vil­lage with our grand­fa­ther? Of course not. Just try to adjust your lifestyle, move more, eat right, get out into nature more often. Dur­ing the epi­dem­ic, avoid large crowds and wash your hands more often. If con­tact with the infec­tion could not be avoid­ed and you fell ill, choose the right treat­ment. For exam­ple, with ton­sil­li­tis, the nat­ur­al Ger­man drug Ton­silotren can help. It relieves inflam­ma­tion and stim­u­lates the body’s own defense mech­a­nisms for viral and bac­te­r­i­al infec­tions of the phar­ynx at dif­fer­ent stages of inflam­ma­tion. Ton­silotren relieves inflam­ma­tion and restores the pro­tec­tive func­tion of the ton­sils, reduces their vol­ume. With angi­na, Ton­silotren helps to cleanse the lacu­nae of the ton­sils from traf­fic jams and liq­uid pus, relieves inflam­ma­tion of the lymph nodes. It is also impor­tant that in addi­tion to the treat­ment of throat dis­eases, the drug con­tributes to the nor­mal­iza­tion of the immu­ni­ty of the whole organ­ism as a whole and pre­vents recur­rent dis­eases. Ton­silotren dur­ing 2 pro­phy­lac­tic cours­es sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduces the inci­dence of angi­na by 1.8 times, the fre­quen­cy of acute res­pi­ra­to­ry viral infec­tions by 2.7 times¹. The effec­tive­ness and good tol­er­a­bil­i­ty of Ton­silotren have been con­firmed by numer­ous clin­i­cal stud­ies.

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¹A.L. Kosakovskyi et al. “Chron­ic ton­sil­li­tis. Results of the imple­men­ta­tion of the first stage

All-Ukrain­ian pro­gram “Healthy child­hood” // Med­ical news­pa­per Zdorovya Ukrainy, the­mat­ic num­ber “Pedi­atrics”. – 2014 #3. – P. 34–35 http://health-ua.com/pics/pdf/ZU_2014_Pediatr_3/34–35.pdf

Learn more about the pre­ven­tion and treat­ment of angi­na and oth­er dis­eases accom­pa­nied by sore throat on the web­site www.tonsilotren.liza.ua!

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