Factor Triggers Severe Asthma Attacks: Weather, Pollen, or Air Pollutants?

Based on the findings of one study, air pollutants have the most significant relationship with severe asthma attacks. The increased level of air pollutants (particular nitrogen dioxide (NO2)) is associated with severe asthma attacks. Weather has small inverse relations with the severe attack of asthma (lower attacks in summer and higher attacks in winter). On the contrary, the level of airborne pollen has no relationship with exacerbated asthma attacks.

Created on November 21 2015 at 08: 00 AM


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