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Can weather affect asthma? It looks like my asthma gets better or worse with weather changes. Is it possible?

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Well off course, weather changes trigger your asthma attacks. Change in temperature, humidity change also can affect asthma. High-speed winds make it worse because they wear a lot of pollen so it is advised to wear a scarf on that days. New researches explain that thunderstorms make your asthma worse, because pollen concentration rises after storm. Take your medications on regular basis. If your attacks get worse, consult allergist. Friend of mine had a serious situation with asthma attack, and he was hospitalized for some time. Just to remind you that every year approximately 1.8 million people visit emergency centers because of asthma attacks.
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