December 12, 2022

Assuming it’s true, how do we...

Question:

Assuming it’s true, how do we explain the appearance of “getting sick” during the winter, or specifically when a person is cold.
It never made sense to me from a germ theory perspective how being cold, meant you’d “catch a cold”.
Obviously that wasn’t true.
But is there a logical explanation for why people seem to get sick (detox) during the winter, or when exposed to cold.
I imagine lower levels of vitamin D from the sun, and recirculated air plays a part. But is there a specific “feet are cold so the body triggers a detox” explanation?

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Terrain answer:

Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Valentines Day, Easter all fall during cold weather in the Northern Hemisphere. Overeating is the most common trigger for the body to need to create a cold or flu detox event.

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