The worst cities for allergy sufferers
Allergic may experience breathing difficulties in certain environments, so it is important that, for the sake of your health, avoid problematic scenarios.
Are you allergic to anything? Does it come spring and you feel terrible? In this article, we tell you what the worst cities for allergy sufferers to avoid them live in them. Remember that the environment greatly affects allergy sufferers so it is best to avoid places where we worsen the allergy.
In June and July, the city is filled with Pugh, similar to cottonseed that comes from poplar trees, fatal for substance allergies. Which it is believed as Stalin’s favorite tree, poplar seed can make Moscow look like it had been hit by a snowstorm in early summer.
London, Great Britain
London won the award for the worst traffic jams in Britain with 35% of the roads of the capital paralyzed regularly. And if that were not enough, Dr. Adrian Morris, as chief allergist Allergy Clinic Surrey, London is probably one of the most allergic cities on earth. There is a pollen count massively high grasses in May and June’s pollen mixed with pollution of carbon dioxide from tailpipes of cars that make pollen cause more allergies such as allergic rhinitis and asthma.
According to the Institute of Peruvian Studies, Lima has the worst air pollution rates of all the capitals of Latin America. Despite attempts to improve the air in Lima still full of nitrogen, sulfur dioxide and other particles more dangerous than Mexico City, Santiago de Chile and Rio de Janeiro in Brazil dioxide levels.
The city traffic is to blame for 80% of emissions, in April 2011, the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology published a study showing the relationship between the density of traffic on the roads of Lima and increased asthma in the local population.
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Tokyo has high pollen levels throughout the year. From February to April, the problem comes from the most common pollen, sugi (Japanese cedar), from March to May hinoki (Japanese cypress) and from mid-July to mid-October, INE (rice plant).During the season sugi when there are very high levels of pollen patients are advised to wear masks and glasses.
Beijing is one of the most polluted cities in the world. Readings taken in March 2011 exceeded normal levels in the Air Pollution Index, reaching a huge 595 API, considered dangerous to human health. Visibility is also a problem, the Beijing Meteorological Bureau admits that sometimes the city only has a radius of 200 meters visibility due to smog.