How Weather Affects Allergies?


Weather and environment affect allergies in many ways. If the weather is quite warm and humid then allergens tend to thrive and be in the air. A dry environment, like you would have in Arizona, tends not to support allergens. When the weather becomes cold, perhaps below freezing, then it kills off allergens that may remain in the air. This does not account for indoor allergens.
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