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Generally when the climate or season changes there is always a growth of parasites. Does it affect your health? Do you fall ill?

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Oh, the change of seasons! That's not what I thought this question was going to be about. Climate change is going to affect everybody's health sooner or later.

Changes of season don't bother me much, though there is the flu season when we are more likely to get colds or flu brought home from daycare.
It drives me nuts!!
One day very warm, next at the other end of the scale?
It sometimes leaves me just very stiff in my bones, neck you name it!
I don't feel ill, but slightly 'off'....I have to warm the house, to stop any mould....and then open up all windows 3 hours later, it's crazy!
I don't like the weather when it's too hot - and especially when it's hot and humid. I much prefer the cold of winter for some reason!
I always get a nasty cold sore throat and body pain when the season changes. Climate change is very annoying but can't help it at all in Melbourne
Yes, I fall ill due to the change in temperature and humidity, where the sinuses, colds and flu hit me the hardest.
Not so much these days. I have learned to rug up and particularly keep my neck covered when the colder weather hits so I don't get affected.

No, I don't think climate change has any effect on me.

I no longer like the cold, however would not say that I suffer in it.

Perth has very varied temperatures however it does not affect my health, and I do not get ill.
by Finy
Change of season always takes my body a bit of adjusting to get used to - sniffles and colds usually are a bit of an annoyance around Autumn especially.
by Lucy
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