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A personal thing: Humans do best in a fairly narrow temperature range but can compensate with clothes and heat or cooling sources. Consider also the other factors in the environment like snow, storms, rain, wind and drought. Humans have adapted to most of the climates present on earth except for extremes of mountain heights, prolonged drought and extreme cold. ...Read more
Climate and skin: In warmer climates, increased heat and humidity can cause your skin to sweat, leaving you more prone to breakouts, especially if your skin is oily. Cold temperatures often mean low humidity, which dries out skin. Bitterly cold winds also strip moisture from exposed skin. ...Read more
Population dependent: Most infectious diseases spread from person to person. So it depends contact with others, no matter what the climate. Some infectious and parasitic diseases are spread by animals and insects, many of which are less common in colder climates. There's not a lot of malaria in Norway! Poor sanitation spreads disease, and this can also be worse in warmer countries. ...Read more
Not sure.: If you mean plain old viral upper respiratory and gastrointestinal type symptoms it may be related to the fact that temperate climates circulate viruses with less respect for the seasons than the more extreme latitudes. It's always flu season at the equator. It could also be that you are a traveller and exposing yourself to novel viruses more in temperate zones? ...Read more
Hello , I am a male soon to be 17 i used to have migraines often some months back (january , feb) during the cold climate .They did not happen for last 6-7months and now i already had 3 in last 7 days
Prickly skin itches when i step outside. This only lasts few minutes. So weird . I am in us -north carolina region. Not sure if this is due to climate
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