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Hi, my child suffers from asthma, and I have a feeling that his symptoms are getting worse in winter time. What's the worst weather for asthmatics?

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Hi, actually it has been scientifically proven that weather conditions, environmental irritants such as pollen and mold, or seasonal changes affect the severity of asthma symptoms. Asthmatics need more medication on some days than they did on others. There is a simple pocket device that asthmatics patients use to predict allergy symptoms. As determining factors, temperature, pollen, and mold have been taken into account. On these days, patients require more medicines to control their condition. So, you can follow wheather forecast and have your asthma better regulated.
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