Bacteria and viruses are more active in spring weather. People’s activities shift from outdoors to indoors, increasing the contact with each other and the chances of transmission of diseases. The disease resistance ability of patients with Lupus Nephritis is relatively weak. Especially, they are vulnerable to influenza and other infectious diseases, which can induce the aggravation and onset of Lupus Nephritis.
In addition, spring is a season for travel. In clinic, many SLE patients are
in a stable condition after treatment. But the disease may relapse because of
fatigue caused by spring outing. Therefore, patients with SLE should prevent
colds and avoid fatigue.
Spring is a blooming season. Quantities of pollen distribute in the air,
causing allergy for patients with SLE. So this situation should be prevented to
avoid the aggravation of illness.
Summer is hot and the sunshine is strong, shining directly onto the ground.
Patients with SLE can not be affected by sunshine, so they should avoid the sun.
If they take outdoor activities, they should prepare the shade items, such as
ultra violet umbrella, visor, wearing long-sleeved shirts and dress. It is a hot
weather in summer, so patients should not take cool and cold things so as to
avoid disorder of internal environment.
There are more long wave ultraviolet fired at the ground. This ultraviolet
can affect skin, which can aggravate the damage of skin, causing skin erythema.
In addition, it is a dry weather in autumn and respiratory tract damage occurs
easily, so patients with lupus lung damage and oral ulcers should pay attention
to the prevention and relapse.
It is cold in winter, so the skin can be stimulated directly causing spastic
contraction of the skin capillaries, poor peripheral circulation. Frostbite
erythema appears in face, ear and fingers, aggravating the occurrence of
In addition, people should choose neutral skin care products in winter to
avoid causing skin allergies and the acid-base stimulation to skin.
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