According to Lyudmila Lapa, when the weather changes, there is a rather sharp change in atmospheric pressure and temperature, which can have a negative impact on human health.

“The vascular system reacts first - headaches, fatigue appear.

Chronic diseases are exacerbated, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation may occur, ”the expert warned.

As the doctor noted, if you dress during this period not in accordance with the temperature regime, the risk of getting ARVI, influenza, tonsillitis is much higher.

Specialist Chernyshova, in turn, also recommended dressing, taking into account the weather forecast, and it is best, according to her, to use the principle of layering.

“If you dress too warmly, it is likely that you will sweat and overheat, and then hypothermia.

It is necessary to provide the ability to change layers of clothing: not just put on a warm sweater and jacket, but, for example, a shirt, vest and jacket.

If it's hot, take off the vest, if it's cool, put it on.

And in the same way, it makes sense to take spare, lighter gloves with you, ”said the therapist.

In addition, she advised to spend more time outdoors, ventilate the room, maintain physical activity.

“In the cold season, before going out, you need to eat warming food - more spicy, spicy, because we spend more calories in the fresh air,” Chernyshova concluded.

Earlier it was reported that weather forecasters predict warming in a number of Russian cities over the weekend.

Meanwhile, in the Siberian and Ural cities - Omsk, Novosibirsk and Yekaterinburg - there will still be frosts.