We are expecting viruses that cause this upper respiratory tract infections, warns the general practitioner Dr. Gergana Nikolova for New TV.
She pointed out that no flu virus, but there are viruses circulating in society. When it gets colder, some viruses are changing with others.
Dr. Nikolova explained that the most common complaints in children are temperature, persistent cough and permanent nasal discharge. Young people tend to grow into bronchiolitis. In some cases, even hospitalization is necessary, the doctor said.
In your words, people suffer more because they are subject to systemic stress, eat unhealthy, do not spend more time on sports and outdoors and do not focus on eating fruits and vegetables.