Almost everyone reacts differently to weatherchanges (with different symptoms). It is useful to monitor the weather and our body’s reaction to it for about a month. We shouldn’t seek drug treatment right away, as there are lots of natural cures and home practices to reduce our reaction to weather change. We must learn to adapt as quickly as possible to every kind of weather, so that the negative effects on our body will be shorter. If the natural remedies below do not help, consult a doctor!
Antibiotics are often life-saving medications that eradicate bacterial infections, but they cause collateral damage to the beneficial bacteria that inhabit our guts as well. Up to one-third of antibiotic users may experience antibiotic-associated diarrhea of impaired bacterial functioning. In some cases, eradication of too many good guys can enable a disease-causing strain of bacteria, called Clostridium difficile (“C. diff”) to gain a foothold in the intestines and cause a severe – even life-threatening – diarrheal infection. Some experts hypothesize that even in cases where antibiotics do not cause noticeable GI symptoms, the ecological changes they precipitate in the gut can have adverse effects on longer-term health.