How to avoid that one friend, the summer cold, with Bryce Wylde
Ever wonder how you catch the dreaded summer cold? The process is a little different than the winter variety. Not to mention it’s rubbing salt into the wound when you’re left at home while everyone else heads off to the beach.
The type of cold virus you’re likely to get in the summer is often caused by a different virus called an enterovirus infection (the non-polio kind). Summer enteroviruses, however, can also cause mild respiratory symptoms, muscle aches and gastrointestinal issues like nausea or vomiting that many refer to as the dreaded “stomach flu.”
There are four key areas I focus on in the summer to defend against a cold.