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May is Asthma Awareness Month

     Every May, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) marks National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month by providing crucial information about this chronic disease. This is especially since, according to CBS News, many people with the disease don't want to spend time educating others about it because it isn't taken seriously enough by the general public. 

     Here are some facts and statistics that everyone should know about asthma in honor of the mission of this month:

  • Asthma is a chronic disease. This means it can't be cured, and symptoms are likely to appear and reappear throughout a person's life. These symptoms can include wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath and a tight feeling in the chest, and sometimes come in the form of potentially deadly attacks.
  • Asthma costs lives. Many people consider asthma to be a less serious disease than others that have higher death tolls, but people do lose their lives to the condition, and more often than you might think. For example, in 2013, more than 100 people died from asthma in North Carolina alone, and 9 people die every day around the country as a result of asthma attacks.
  • Air pollution has a strong effect on asthma. Children who are exposed to high levels of air pollution in the womb and in childhood have been shown to be more likely to develop asthma, and high-pollution days can trigger the symptoms.
  • Asthma is one of the country's most costly diseases. More than two million emergency room visits and 14 million doctor visits per year are attributed to asthma. 

     One thing you can do to reduce your asthma symptoms is to invest in a home air purifier. Contact US Air Purifiers today for more information. 

West Coast drought is making seasonal allergies worse

          For the millions of Americans on the West Coast living with allergies, the current drought in that region is only making it worse.

          Drought conditions causes pollen from trees, grass and weeds to collect on the ground and get picked up by the wind instead of being washed away by the rain. In addition, pollen counts increase in drought conditions due to how plants react to the lack of water.

          "As a plant is stressed, as it's dying, as it's not thriving, it's going to try to survive. So, it's going to kick out more pollen," Dr. Raffi Tachidjian told CBS News.

          Tachidjian, an allergy and immunology specialist, said that patient visits are up in this part of the country due to normally manageable allergies making lives miserable for patients in these unusual conditions. Here are some tips to follow to help you survive high pollen season:

  • Close windows and doors. With so much pollen in the air, you want to limit the amount of it that gets into your home. 
  • Protect your eyes. While outside, glasses act as a shield for your eyes against pollen and other airborne allergens. Wear sunglasses or, if you need corrective lenses, opt for your glasses instead of your contacts.
  • Change and wash up. When returning home, change your clothes and wash at least your hands, face and hair.
  • Stay inside. If pollen is high, especially if it's windy out, stay inside whenever possible.
  • Air purifiers. No matter how much you try to limit exposure, pollen will likely make it's way into your house. Investing in a home air purifier will help protect you and your family against the sources of their allergies. 

          Contact US Air Purifiers for help finding the best air purifier for allergies today.

Babies can suffer from seasonal allergies too

     If you're a new parent who suffers from seasonal allergies, your baby may be at increased risk for developing allergies as well. Although babies below the age of one year are less likely to show signs of an allergy, since allergic reactions develop over the course of extended exposure to an allergen, they can still begin to develop allergies, and after one year these begin to manifest more clearly. 

     Common symptoms of allergies in babies include a runny nose and red or itchy eyes. If your baby is constantly touching his or her face, this is another sign that he or she might be suffering from an allergic reaction. Although ragweed and pollen allergies usually don't show up before age 3, nasal allergies can start as soon as six months after birth and affect 40 percent of children in the U.S. 

     Pediatricians note that although many parents believe that clear mucus is a sign of allergies and green or yellow mucus isn't, this is not necessarily true.

     "Babies or toddlers can have clear tears from their nose. They can also have mucusy, green conjunctivitis we call allergic pink eye. You can't make a diagnosis based on color," pediatrician Dr. Jack Maypole told The Bump. 

     If you're concerned that your baby or toddler is developing allergies, the first thing you should do is take him or her to the doctor for an allergy test. The doctor will provide you with crucial information to help you manage your little one's symptoms. 

     Investing in a home air purifier can also help keep your children safe from the sources of their allergy symptoms. For help finding the best air purifier for allergies, contact US Air Purifiers today. 

Do you live in one of the 'Sneeziest and Wheeziest' cities?

     If you suffer from seasonal allergies, you've probably noticed that this year has been one of the worst ever for allergy sufferers. Environmental groups are attributing this to global warming. The longer, warmer spring gives pollinating plants more time to release their pollen. On top of that, the ozone smog associated with climate change can cause plants to increase allergenic pollen production. Ozone on its own also increases allergic and asthmatic symptoms, so allergy sufferers are being hit with a "double whammy health threat," according to climate scientist Juan Declet-Barreto.

     Declet-Barreto's employer, environmental advocacy group the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), has just released a report that names the 35 "Sneeziest and Wheeziest" cities in America. These are the cities where the combination of ozone gas and ragweed pollen are the most potent, and therefore allergy and asthma sufferers are likely to have the hardest time.

     Richmond, Virginia, topped the list, with Memphis, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Chattanooga, Chicago, Detroit, New Haven, Allentown and Atlanta following close behind in the top 10. Although Ohio didn't have any cities that made the top 10, it is still the state with the greatest presence on the list, with seven cities included in the top 35. These cities included Dayton, Cleveland, Toledo, Akron, Cincinnati, Youngstown and Columbus.

     The report also located the regions with the worst conditions for people with allergies. The Los Angeles basin, the Great Lakes, the Mid-Atlantic, New England and the area immediately surrounding St. Louis, Missouri, are all places to avoid if you suffer from pollen allergies and asthma. 

     If you live in one of the listed cities, a home air purifier can be your first line of defense against allergens. Contact US Air Purifiers for help finding the best air purifier for allergies today. 

Experts warn of 'pollen tsunami'

     If you suffer from seasonal allergies, evidence is piling up that you might just want to ride out this spring indoors. Across the country, doctors and allergy sufferers alike are becoming more and more convinced that this is one of the worst allergy seasons ever, even going so far as to refer to the "pollen tsunami" that's overtaking many American cities and towns.

     According to CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan, the northeastern U.S. is one of the biggest "hot zones" for pollen right now, and the wave of allergens shows no signs of retreating into low tide. The region has been literally coated with pollen over the past few weeks, with a heavy, dusty layer covering everything from sidewalks to subway cars. 

     Doctors in the area are saying that not only are they receiving a higher than average number of calls from people whose allergy symptoms are especially bad this season, they have also been fielding calls from people who have never had allergies until now.

     "This particular season, we've been bombarded by phone calls from people experiencing allergy symptoms for the very first time," New York allergist Dr. Clifford Bassett told CBS News. "And not only allergies, but pollen triggered asthma — wheezing. People in their 50s, 60s, and beyond — never had it before."

     The main allergy culprits in the Northeast are birch, oak and maple trees, and experts are also pointing to climate change as one of the main drivers of the worsening allergy season. Because of global warming, allergy season is lasting longer and causing plants to release more pollen.

     To defend yourself against the pollen tsunami, invest in a home air purifier for allergies today. Contact US Air Purifiers for help finding the right air purifier for your needs.

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