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Mating time is not conducive to allergies

The pollen concentration of ragweed continues to be very high, and the symptoms of allergies and asthma can be exacerbated by frequent rains these days.

Mating time is not conducive to allergiesIn addition to high humidity, rising fungal concentrations after rainfall can make daily life more difficult.

High humidity and allergen concentration

Blood pressure and temperature fluctuations, as well as sudden increases in air humidity also affect the health of the body, but they are more likely to suffer from chronic disease. Patients with asthma and other chronic respiratory illnesses are also frequently reported to have due to weather changes, your symptoms worsen he explains dr. Potecz Gyцrgyi lung specialist, allergologist, head doctor of the Buda Allergy Center. For those who are sensitive, it is also important to know that after heavy rains, the concentration of fungi in the air increases.

Breathing sick and the weather

- Cold air, windy weather or excessively humid air can have an adverse effect on the underlying disease. In addition to humid weather, weather fronts, cold or windy weather can also adversely affect patients' condition. Fast breathing of cold air in asthmatic patients, such as exercising outdoors, is easy. In children, this is particularly important as it is often the first symptom of asthma in younger ages. - During windy days, the number of pollens can be extremely high, adversely affects patients: they are usually also adversely affected by the inflow of wet masses, and often have symptoms that worsen prior to the onset of the front.

There is a need for personalized, well-adjusted treatment

Information is already a success on the road to prevention, so it's important for patients to know that their complaints can change over time, "said dr. Naturally, the change in symptoms depends on the individual, so keeping a daily diary is important in helping patients record their changes every day. Here are all the other benefits if you list it: physical activity on the day, possibly mental strain, changing habits, and time changes. Comparison of all of these also helps in setting up the appropriate drug treatment, which can help prevent cases of sudden onset of the condition.Related articles in Allergy:
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