How do you know if your sensitive to air pollution?
When pollution levels are high and air quality alerts are in place, many people may experience an irritation of their respiratory system. This can result in coughing, sore throat, tightness of the chest, irritation of the airways, and even chest pain.
What allergies are caused by pollution?
Epidemiological and toxicological research suggests a causative relationship between air pollution and the increased incidence of asthma, allergic rhinitis, and other allergic disorders. These include ozone, nitrogen dioxide and, especially particulate matter, produced by traffic-related and industrial activities.
What can you be allergic to in the air?
Pollen and dust mites are two very common allergens that trigger allergic reactions in people, and they reproduce in damp and warm conditions. They can breed inside your AC ducts or air conditioners as they provide the perfect environment for their growth.
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- What allergies are caused by pollution?
- What can you be allergic to in the air?
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- What is it called when you are allergic to air?
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- What does an airborne allergic reaction feel like?
- What is symptoms or air allergy?
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