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Allergic to cold temperatures, get cold, popping ears, herpes on nose. Any ideas?

Analizing my last 8 years or so I came into conclusion that I am alergic to the cold tempretures in surrounding environment or have somekind of virus that gets activated when I am exposed to cold weather, last 3-4 years I became even more sensitive. Basically if I get exposed to cold temperature - I get cold too easerly, also years pop, get herpes on the nose , other cold symptoms - too often!! any ideas?
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
yur immune system is low
when you have allergies your immune system goes down
and it cannot toletate external temprature change
it increases with age
keep your ext temp between 25 to 35 degree
even if you are allergic to pollens and foods
the body reacts to cold and very hot tempertures
so get your allergy diagnosed by allergy tests and treat to increase your immunity
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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