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Does Warm Climates Cause Miliaria
Heat: Heat will often make eczema worse - it causes release of histamine from cells in the skin and histamine causes itching. Interestingly, humidity (which frequently comes along with warm weather) often makes eczema better. That said, every baby has his own triggers and sensitivities that exacerbate or improve eczema. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not likely heat rash: If your rash is occurring in cold weather, that is not likely heat rash. The term heat-rash refers to a rash occurring due to excessive heat. Eczema is often worse in cold and dry weather and so you may want to have it checked out. Without knowing what the rash looks like and its distribution on the body, it is difficult to make a diagnosis. So, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Can Naegleria Fowleri be present in soaking wet hot towels?I mean in the droplets when it is shrunk?In other words can a hot towel machine harbor it?
Absolutely-of course: Bacteria are not homeothermic life forms. they are endothermic &, within limits, depending on specific characteristics, grow and divide more rapidly at higher temperatures; below boiling. Study: https://www.google.com/#q=Naegleria+Fowleri+growth+and+temperature for an overview. ...Read more
Unlikely either way: Sea water is not likely to affect seborrheic dermatitis either positively or negatively. Exposure to sun may enhance skin lesions. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Yes. : But you can usually compensate.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes. : Yes it can. During this cold season it is possible that the symptoms are related to allergies (called allergic rhinitis) or something called non allergic rhinitis. Both conditions have overlapping symptoms with runny nose and swollen nasal passages that lead to nasal congestion and sometimes sneezing. The important thing is to see a doctor to make the diagnosis and begin the correct treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes. : Weirdly, i just answered the same question. ...Read more
Can drying your skin with hot air from a hairdryer cause skin cancer if it is very hot but not unbearably hot?
Fallacy: It's no more difficult to catch a cold in summer than in winter. Most experts agree that it's more a matter of our tendency to aggregate indoors when the weather turns colder. Careful hand hygiene and keeping hands away from the face are helpful as well as avoiding sick people while they have running eyes or nose. Colds come from virus which can live on surfaces so watch your exposure to people. ...Read more
No: Just as long as it isn't too hot, you don't need to be dealing with burns on top of acne. Warm/hot water will cause some dilation of skin pores making it a little easier to cleanse and remove debris. This may help reduce the number of new acne lesions. Washing with a benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid wash often adds to the improvement. See your gp if you are having problems. ...Read more
Rare syndromes can: Two types of people get hives because of cold. First are those with cold contact urticaria, in which histamine is released in the spots of skin directly exposed to cold. Second are people with certain rare inherited mutations that make the immune system activate in response to cold. The latter usually get hives all over, not just at the spot of cold exposure. See an immunologist for more info. ...Read more
How do warm compresses help styes? I've always heard that moist, warm places are where bacteria grow and thrive.
Yes on average: Bacteria are programmed to grow at rates related to environment including food source availability, competing organisms and temperature. On average if the temperature is raised a little, the bacteria can grow faster. It too much of a rise, that may inhibit the growth. Bacteria inside the body grow adjusted to a fairly uniform temperature, but outside temperature will have little effect there. ...Read more
Live in dry climate. Mouth, nose, skin very dry. Constant dry nose. Is it better to sleep w/ a warm, or cool mist humidifier? Have asthma & allergies.
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