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This moisture trick can get rid of flu symptoms fast

Everyone knows that viral respiratory diseases like the flu peak in winter and almost completely disappear during the summer months.

Most people know that vitamin D plays a large role in this.

Vitamin D levels are higher in summer when people are exposed to more sunlight – this protects against severe viral disease.

Another reason is that the ultraviolet rays from strong sunlight are sterilizing…

They rapidly kill viruses in the air outside and on outdoor surfaces during the summer.

But there is yet another reason why respiratory viral diseases are far more common in winter – low humidity.

Average morning humidity in Syracuse, New York is 87° in summer – it drops to 77° in winter. The same pattern happens all over.

It has been theorized that humidity plays a role in viral infection for a long time – but just recently, animal studies have proven it.

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These rodent experiments were carried out at Yale University School of Medicine. The findings were published in PN – the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA.

People tend to associate respiratory viral disease outbreaks with temperature and sunlight exposure.

And these outbreaks are also strongly linked to humidity.

“In the temperate regions, seasonal flu outbreaks are closely correlated with decreases in humidity.”

Previous experiments have shown that low humidity helps viruses to travel through the air and reach other potential targets.

But there have been no studies looking at changes in infection rates according to humidity.

“Low ambient humidity is known to influence flu virus transmission, but its impact on host responses to flu infection and disease remains unclear.”

So that is what this research was set up to investigate.

The researchers carried out their experiment using genetically modified mice which are strongly resistant to the flu.

These types of mice (Mx1 congenic mice) can be infected with the flu – but it is much less likely to happen compared with normal mice.

The researchers split mice into different groups. The different groups of mice were housed in environments with different ambient humidity.

Then the mice were exposed to the flu virus.

Mice kept in low humidity environments were far more likely to become sick with the flu.

“Housing these mice in low relative humidity makes them much more susceptible to severe disease following exposure to influenza virus.”

Before this study researchers had theorized that low humidity would lead to drying of the airways…

Impairing the protective action of the mucosa – our first defense against airborne viruses.

The findings of the study proved that low humidity does dry out the mucosa – increasing the risk of infection.

“Inhalation of dryer impairs mucociliary clearance, innate antiviral defence, and tissue repair.”

Low humidity environments weaken our defensive barrier against airborne infections.

This is a major, previously overlooked factor in the seasonality of respiratory disease.

When pathogens like the flu come up against the mucosal barrier, that triggers the production of interferons (IFN) which fight viral disease.

But in low humidity environments, the dry mucosa do not produce as much interferon…

Another reason why low humidity can increase the rate of respiratory disease.

“The induction of interferon-stimulated genes in response to viral infection was diminished in lung cells of mice housed in low humidity conditions.”

This study brings us a number of new findings that show numerous ways in which low humidity can increase our susceptibility to diseases like the flu.

Seasonal changes in humidity may be as important as changes in vitamin D levels and ultraviolet radiation.

What’s more, it is possible to control the humidity of indoor spaces.

Increasing humidity in winter may be a wise thing to do in places like hospitals…

Where there are many people susceptible to these otherwise low-risk infections.

“The results indicate that exposure to dry air impairs host defence against flu infection, reduces tissue repair, and Ince increased disease pathology.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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Remember: the only way to recover from most viral illnesses is with your own body’s natural defenses…

And when your immune system is functioning properly…

You’ll be making the all-powerful T cells.

T cells exist to identify and kill invading pathogens or infected cells.

These T cells are even more important than antibodies.

T cells can hang around in the blood for years after an infection and become part of your immune system’s “long term memory.”

This means your immune system works smarter and faster when encountering similar viruses and illnesses.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Low ambient humidity impairs barrier function and innate resistance against influenza infectionhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31085641/