Previous to this year, I got maybe 1 cold every 1-2 years. But this year, I got a hideous but relatively short lived cold in mid February, another slightly lesser cold in early April, and today I woke up with my typical horrible pre-cold sore throat and nose problems and it's only June! What is going on here!?
I am actually eating more healthy than I have for YEARS but it seems ever since I started eating more healthy, fresh foods that I get more colds.
Doesnt make any sense to me. I'm also in the sun more, warmer weather (moved from somewhere the average temp for most of the year is about 18 or so degrees celsius, to where it's about 27 degrees celsius), I'm less stressed as I only work 5 hours a day, I'm not exposed to as many germ-ridden people as I've been on less buses to get to work...
Anyone have any ideas? I don't feel run down otherwise. I get enough sleep. Also, my partner NEVER catches my colds. I don't know why this is either...and I personally never have the faintest idea who I catch them from either...there is simply nobody I'm exposed to who is sick...is it just people in the street? If so, that is SO annoying!