Spring is coming in Utah, and with that comes aggravated allergies and elevated pollen counts. If you suffer from allergies that may trigger an asthma attack, be aware of the pollen counts in Utah.
The pollen count in Utah is reported by Intermountain Allergy and Asthma Clinic When the pollens that you are allergic to are reported as moderate to high, extra precautions to avoid allergens should be taken. You can find maps of U.S. pollen levels reported by the National Allergy Bureau. Be aware and prepare!
With the coming Spring season, you may be considering some Spring cleaning projects in your home. Chemicals in market cleaning supplies can be a trigger for asthma.
Keep your home asthma friendly. Check out the following factsheets for asthma-friendly home cleaning formulas:
A Certified Asthma Educator (AE-C) is an expert in teaching, educating, and counseling individuals with asthma and their families in the knoweldge and skills necessary to minimize the impact of asthma on their quality of life.
Learn more on the Certified Asthma Educators webpage.