June 26, 2013 by marceladevivo
Summer colds are strange things. It feels like getting a “cold” shouldn’t even be able to happen when it’s so hot outside, yet colds in the summer months exist nonetheless.
Often times, summer colds are mistaken for allergies, as symptoms like running nose, congestion and even a sore throat can often cross paths with both conditions. It’s entirely possible that a summer cold could also be a combination of the two problems.
The difference between the two might be distinguishable in your energy level. Typically, allergies will cause annoying symptoms, but you won’t feel “sick” or tired to the point where you have to rest throughout the day.