To prevent colds, experts advise you to avoid touching your eyes and nose, as germs are transferred from one person to another.
However, during the winter, there is a risk of deficiency of certain vitamins due to the change of weather.
Vitamin D: This is the vitamin that many people suffer from in autumn and winter.. The absence of sunlight, which is the most effective source of vitamin D., causes a drop in its levels and symptoms, such as muscle weakness, unexplained fatigue and inability to concentrate. Vitamin D deficiency can lead to osteomalacia and rickets in the long run, two metabolic bone diseases. Fatty fish, the egg yolk and red meat, are good sources of vitamin D., but often not enough. Experts recommend it to those who are at risk of deficiency of this particular vitamin, take a vitamin D supplement daily (10 mg) and especially from October to March.