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Spring Cleaning Allergy and Asthma Tips- Atlanta ENT

Now that the weather is warming up, many people take to cleaning and clearing away the dust and clutter accumulated over the winter months. While no one will argue that spring cleaning lacks benefits, if you suffer from allergies or asthma, spring cleaning may actually trigger a worsening of symptoms. Here are some tips to follow to help minimize triggering allergy symptoms and asthma complications while spring cleaning:

When done properly, spring cleaning is an excellent way to reduce allergens in the home.  If you experience a flair up of allergy or asthma symptoms, stop cleaning immediately.

Ramie Tritt, M.D., President, Atlanta ENT

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