Allergies are increasing in almost every developed country in the world? With all the medical and technological advances in, this is difficult to understand. Here are 5 reasons why it has been such an increase in the number of people who are allergic.
Climate change — With a median increase temperatures around the world, trees are pollinating longer and produce more pollen. And while it helps to improve the vegetation and keeps the planet green, its effect is to make life miserable for those who have sensitivity to air pollen.
More Awareness — There is certainly more of an awareness of allergies today than 100 or even 50 years ago. It is possible that the proportion of people with allergies has not increased, but we are all more aware of the situation, and are better able to distinguish it from the common cold or other conditions with similar symptoms.
More isolated Environment — The United States Environmental Protection Agency says that indoor air is 20 times more polluted than outdoor. In some ways we have moved forward with storm windows and doors, and central heating and air conditioning. Both these same advances have helped to trap airborne pollutants giving them no way out.
Continuous exposure to irritants such as dust, dust mites, mold and mildew spores, pet dander, and seasonal pollen can increase those who are already allergic, and can cause the onset of allergies and asthma in those who were previously healthy.
increased pollution — Emissions from cars, trucks, buses, factories, and other pollutants that are sent flying tend to hold pollutants captive in the air. This increases the exposure of allergies when outdoors and can cause problems or make existing conditions worse.
Genetic —- A lot of the reason is from the hands of anyone. Family history plays a big role in determining whether you will have problems. The exact way that this decisive influence offspring is still not cut and dry, but it seems that those with a family history of the condition are more likely to suffer with it than not. But regardless of the reason seems several things to be agreed by all.
Find out what triggers your symptoms. It is often a combination of things so keeping a journal will help you correlate symptoms with patterns of behavior. When you are surer of what the allergens are, take great care to avoid them. Use natural and non-invasive solutions in the long run is healthier and cost effective.