Reducing Your Exposure to Airborne Allergens
To help mitigate severe symptoms, it is also important for you to minimise your exposure to allergens. Read on below for a few simple tips on how to reduce your exposure to indoor and outdoor allergy triggers effectively.
A haze is an atmospheric phenomenon which causes dust, smoke and other dry particulates to impair the clarity of the sky. These aerosols usually arise from complex chemical reactions that occur as a result of sulphur dioxide gases emitted during combustion converting into small droplets of sulphuric acid. In Southeast Asia, the haze is characterised by a large-scale air pollution problem that is particularly debilitating from July and October. As a result, the haze causes adverse health and economic impacts in countries such as Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, and to a lesser degree, the Philippines and Thailand.
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are caused by reactions to allergens such as , and . An indoor allergy can be experienced at any time during a year, but could be experienced more frequently during the wet season, when people spend more time indoors. As with , it could be difficult for you to avoid being exposed to allergens. However, do take comfort in knowing that implementing some of these simple allergy prevention tips can help you to do away with allergy triggers and enable you to enjoy the comforts of your home all-year round.
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IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST, CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR.
ASC Ref. Code: B025P050622CS