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These are the ten worst cities in the US for fall allergies

     In late October, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) released its rankings of the worst cities in the US for fall allergy sufferers. According to Dr. Clifford Bassett, New York allergy and asthma doctor and AAFA representative, 2014 has seen an unusually warm autumn, meaning that more plants were able to pollinate for longer, creating worse conditions than usual for those with allergies and causing poisonous plants like poison ivy to gain toxicity.

     The "pollen belt", an area of especially high airborne pollen levels stretching from the Southeast up through the Midwest, had the hardest time of it this year, but the effects of the warm fall weather were felt all across the country, especially in cities. This is due to several factors. For one, cities tend to have a higher percentage of male plants, which are the ones that produce the pollen. Another factor is the accumulation of ozone gas in urban environments, which can exacerbate allergic reactions and asthma by making it difficult to breathe.

     Dr. Bassett encourages those of us with allergies to take preemptive action against them: "The key is to be proactive and have an allergy action plan to reduce, prevent and manage symptoms more effectively. This includes allergy testing to identify specific allergic triggers, allowing for better control and more cost effective care."

     Here are the ten worst cities for fall allergies according to AAFA:

  1. Louisville, KY
  2. Wichita, KS
  3. Oklahoma City, OK
  4. Dayton, OH
  5. McAllen, TX
  6. Memphis, TN
  7. Baton Rouge, LA
  8. Jackson, MS
  9. Chattanooga, TN
  10. Tulsa, OK

     If you live in any of these cities or other parts of the "pollen belt", a home air purifier can significantly increase your quality of life. Contact US Air Purifiers for advice on managing your seasonal allergies with an air purifier today. 

Air pollution linked to kidney disease

     According to a new study from the University of Michigan, poor air quality may be responsible for some of the variance in kidney disease rates across the United States. Dr. Jennifer Bragg-Gresham and her colleagues wanted to investigate why the rates of chronic kidney disease (CKD) varied so strongly from region to region, and decided to focus on air pollution as a variable.

     The team looked at data on over 1 million Americans gathered from 2010 Medicare records. When they compared this data to Environmental Protection Agency information on air pollution rated by county, controlling for personal history of patients and pre-existing conditions like diabetes and hypertension, they found that counties with higher levels of air pollution also had higher rates of chronic kidney disease. More alarmingly, the effect was significant even for levels of particulate matter much lower than the amount that is considered dangerous for high-risk groups. Even 8.4 micrograms per cubic meter was enough to raise the chronic kidney disease rate, whereas particulate matter in the air is usually only considered dangerous at 40 micrograms per cubic meter and above.

     Dr. Bragg-Gresham emphasized the importance of continuing this line of study outside the United States, saying, "If air pollution is a risk factor for CKD, the impact is likely to be even greater in countries where pollution levels are much higher than in the U.S." She also called for more research into the effects of different kinds of particulate matter, using more thorough control techniques and taking into account patients' personal histories.

     If you live in an area with high levels of air pollution, consider investing in an air purifier to improve the indoor air quality of your home. Contact US Air Purifiers today for more information on the benefits of air purifiers.

Burn bans attempt to mitigate poor air quality in Southern California

     After a rough year for smog throughout Southern California, burn bans have been put into effect across the lower half of the state in an attempt to avoid adding more pollutants to already overloaded air. Outlawing all home burning except in homes that require wood to burn for fuel, no-burn days are enforced in California whenever the level of pollution in the air is expected to reach 30 micrograms per cubic meter over the course of 24 hours.

     While Southern California has a long history of hosting some of the thickest smog in the nation, the air quality has been steadily improving due to environmental regulations. However, this year has been one of the worst on record for smog due to the long dry spells the state has been experiencing since last winter. Dry spells lead to a phenomenon called a temperature inversion, where cool, polluted air is trapped near the ground by a stifling layer of hotter air pressing down from above. The state has also been having more problems than usual with ozone gas, which forms when certain chemicals are allowed to "cook" in hot, dry weather, and can cause damage to the lungs. In October alone, there were seven days when the ozone level in the South Coast air basin exceeded federal standards.

     No one is feeling the effects of this year's poor air quality quite like asthma sufferers. ""It feels like a weight on my chest, and I know I'm not the only one," said Pati Calzada, a college student and asthma sufferer, in an interview with the Los Angeles Times.

     If you live in Southern California and are looking for a way to fight the ill effects of poor air quality, consider purchasing a home air purifier. At US Air Purifiers, we are experts in air quality and will help you find the air purifier that best suits your needs.

How to tell if you're suffering from allergies or the common cold

     It's a problem that many allergy sufferers confront when the weather starts getting colder: How can you tell which of your symptoms can be attributed to allergies and which are signs you might have a virus? Treating allergies like a cold won't make them go away, and treating a cold like allergies can actually make it worse if you don't take time to rest and heal. Many allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, coughing and congestion, are also present in the common cold, but there are a few key symptoms that are only present in one or the other. Here are some "tells" to help you determine the source of your symptoms:

  • Itchy eyes: Itchy eyes are almost never present in cold sufferers, and are therefore a sign that your symptoms may stem from allergies. Avoid touching your eyes with your hands and use a home air purifier to remove airborne allergens from your home.
  • Aches and pains: On the other hand, allergies almost never manifest as deep aches and pains in the muscles. If you're experiencing this symptom, you probably have a cold and should rest up to avoid making it worse.
  • Fever: This is rarely present in both allergies and colds, but it is more likely to come along with a cold. If you have a fever, you should make sure you aren't experiencing anything more serious than these options, such as the flu. 
  • Fast onset: If your symptoms come on and worsen over the course of a day or so, you are more likely to be sick than allergic. Allergies develop gradually and are present over a much longer time period than the common cold.

     If you're experiencing allergy symptoms this winter, contact US Air Purifiers for help finding an air purifier for allergies

The top 4 causes of allergies in winter

     It may not be hay fever season anymore, but that doesn't necessarily mean relief for allergy sufferers. Winter allergies are a bigger problem than most people realize, and they are mainly caused by allergens that are found indoors, which means that the home can't serve as an escape from allergies like it does in the warmer seasons. These are the most common causes of allergies during the winter:

  • Mold. The cool, damp air of winter is a perfect environment for mold growth, and even if mold has been present in your house for a while, you'll likely feel its effects more in the winter, when the house is generally less ventilated and you spend more time inside. Toxic mold spores can also trigger serious reactions like nausea, dizziness and motor control issues, so if you suspect that mold is present in your home, have it checked by a professional home inspector immediately.
  • Dust mites. When people are kicking up dust in the house more often, the remains of these microscopic pests are released into the air, where they can cause allergic symptoms. A good way to prevent this is to clean dusty surfaces regularly.
  • Pet dander. Again, when both pets and humans are inside more often, dander accumulates and is stirred up, worsening animal allergies. Keep pets bathed and groomed to mitigate this effect.
  • The Christmas tree. If you have pollen allergies, bringing a Christmas tree into the house can aggravate them, though it's unclear whether this can be attributed to actual pollen or just the strong pine odor. 

     Of course, if you have a home air purifier, all these factors are considerably reduced. If you need help finding the best air purifier for allergies over the winter, contact us at US Air Purifiers. 

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