Hey there! Firstly, I have to mention that your article has been very insightful and helped me discover everything about pollution allergy . It has been rampant especially in our locality as a couple of new factories have come up recently. Lately, my husband has been showing symptoms caused due to air pollution. His continuous sneezing, nasal congestion, and itchy and red eyes have been my concern for pretty long. As you mentioned, I guess we will have to see an allergist at the earliest so...
Very informative! I've just read the related article about humidity recently https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/325474.php . We don't live in a wet climate, and my son suffered because of dry air. We bought an ultrasonic humidifier to help him breathe easier, but at that time we hadn't known that the humidity level should be 40-45%. So the humidity in our room was around 55%, and my son’s health has not only not improved, but has also worsened. Thanks to our Dr, he explained to us how...
Humidity does make me feel like the air is heavier/denser to breath and therefore my asthma feels worse when it is humid especially in the hot weather. Interesting points in the article. Good reminder about how the changes from going between hot and cold air temperatures can cause problems.
Absolutely love the graphs/charts! Living in Michigan the pollen here is an astronomic amount. Once again, we bring allergens in if we open a door to our home or it can be on our clothes and recirculated in our HVAC systems. Everyone waits for Spring here in Michigan, but along with climate change comes allergies.
In addition to the heat, the humidity gets my lungs a-twitchin'. Or maybe it IS the ozone, and I just didn't have a name for it until now. I know the other night I stepped outside at nearly 11 p.m., and it was an extremely humid 78 degrees. My lungs felt as though they'd been yanked out and stomped on. Thank goodness for air conditioning! How did people endure before it was invented?
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The humidity in the summer has been pretty rough here, especially with the rainy season. It makes it harder to breathe. I used to go on walks in the mornings, but now I avoid it. This is usually when the humidity is the highest. I've switched them to the afternoon. The air feels a lot better and easier to breathe!
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