Causes for Frequent Colds

Why do you think you or your child or someone you care for, get colds? Why do these people get colds much more than others who might have an occasional cold?

Frequent colds results from one or more of the following causative and triggering factors:

01 Genetic tendency: Most people with frequent colds have a genetic tendency. One or more of their family members may have one of the following diseases, suggestive of the genetic trait: Colds, Asthma, allergies of some kind, Tuberculosis, etc.

02 Immunological factors: Low immunity leads to frequent infections such as colds. This may also be due to the genetic tendency.

03 Infections: Bacterial, viral

04 Allergens: Food, pollen, dust, mites, others

05 Environment: Extreme cold, heat

06 Poor health

07 Stress

08 Drugs

The key issue is the 'altered immunity'. Homeopathic medicines are supposed to be working at the immune level whereby enhancement of immunity prevents frequent colds.

The Homeopathic medicine is believed to address the genetic predisposition, enhance the resistance making the patient less susceptible to the allergens, infections and the environment.

Treating the roots, not merely the result!

There is little logic in treating merely the symptoms such as running nose; sneezing and nose block using antihistamine medicines. This problem of frequent colds is deeper rooted and needs to be addressed at the root level. Homeopathy just attempts working at the root of the allergies.

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The common cold is a viral infection that affects the throat and nose i.e. your upper respiratory tract adversely.

 

Symptoms of the Common Cold:

The following are the symptoms of the common cold.

The common cold is an upper respiratory tract infection resulting due to different viruses or allergens, such as pollen, dust, mold, or flakes of the skin from certain animals.

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A 61-year-old male patient, Mr. R. B. S. (PIN: 17547) visited our center on 19th November 2011 with complaints of chronic recurrent cold. He had been suffering from this complaint for more than 20 years. For the last 4 years, he was suffering from sneezing, running nose, throat irritation, dry co.....Read more

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