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June 16, 2020
1 in 12 people in the U.S. suffers from asthma.
Unfortunately, common triggers can easily cause an episode. Avoiding and preventing triggers is key to living with asthma.
Stay indoors in the afternoon when pollen count is high.
Use air conditioning at home when possible and keep the filter clean.
Cover your mattress and pillows with hypoallergenic covers & wash your bedding frequently.
Vacuum and dust regularly.
Install high-efficiency air filters in your HVAC systems.
Vacuum your home frequently.
Keep your home clean and free of uncovered food containers.
Use gel traps to control cockroaches.
Keep your home as dry as possible by using ventilation systems and a dehumidifier.
Clean the kitchen, basement, and bathrooms regularly.
Avoid smoking or secondhand smoke from others.
Limit your use of candles and other sources of open flames.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
Clean with natural products to avoid chemicals and strong odors.
Avoid perfumes and other strongly scented products.
Colds & Infections
Wash your hands regularly to avoid picking up an illness.
Take care of yourself by resting and eating a balanced diet.
Warm up before doing exercise and cool down after.
Avoid exercising in extreme temperatures, unless you’re well-prepared.