Physician-therapist of the highest category Tatyana Romanenko, in an interview with Moscow 24, told how to avoid colds due to hypothermia or feet wet on the street in cold winter weather. The main tip is to get rid of the root cause of the discomfort. “If your feet are cold or wet, you need to get into the warmth as soon as possible and change your wet shoes to dry ones, as well as put on warm socks,” Romanenko said. You need to warm up not only your legs, but also the body as a whole. Therefore, the therapist also advised to promptly drink some hot drink. Plain warm tea is best. "And then everything will depend on how perfect your immune system is. If its reputation is not tarnished, then you can cope with this problem and get out of it without consequences," said Romanenko. At the same time, the therapist of the highest category Lyudmila Lapa told how the immune system can be helped to cope with hypothermia. In particular, she advised to take an immune shower immediately upon coming home. According to the doctor, such a procedure helps to improve the microcirculation (movement of biological fluids. - Ed.). "Improving microcirculation in any treatment takes the first place," said the therapist. In addition, she advised, after an immune shower, to do a warming foot massage and rub the feet with a warming ointment. Hypothermia of the feet can lead to a weakening of the immune system, which in turn can provoke colds, the specialist notes. Earlier, the therapist of the highest category Alexei Vodovozov told when it is possible to cancel the mask regime in Russia. "If we are talking about dozens of cases per day, when specific foci remain, when regions appear completely free of new cases, and during two incubation periods in a row - that is, almost a month, then the need for masks will be discussed," the therapist explained. So far, the specialist notes, everyone, even citizens who have been vaccinated against coronavirus, must carefully and responsibly observe all necessary safety measures, including wearing medical masks.
Doctors Give Advice On How Not To Get Sick From Frozen Feet
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