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Allergies are becoming more and more affected by climate change


More and more people are putting on handkerchiefs, but unfortunately it is also possible that the symptoms of allergic patients have worsened for some time. The reason for this, according to experts, is to look for climate change.

Allergies are becoming more and more affected by climate change

"The temperature is getting higher, the carbon dioxide is getting higher in the air. As a result, the symptoms of allergies are getting worse," he says. Dr. Richard Weber, President of Asthma & Immunology, American College of Allergy. Experts in Climate Change for a longer allergy season, the symptoms of your previous application And one year ago, some cinnamon pollen was about three times the size of previous pollen plants. Weber recommends that those who have seasonal allergies, in consultation with their physician, start taking their medications in good time, and consider that it may take longer for symptoms to begin to ease. In the meantime, avoid morning activity outdoors and try to boost your immune system.
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