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More people affected by spring allergies, study shows

The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology estimates that as many as 30 percent of adults have allergies. More people are forced to deal with spring allergies each year, and their diagnoses are made worse by a variety of environmental factors. 

A study from the ACAAI found that things such as climate change may be making allergy seasons worse. However, while those factors may exacerbate allergies, the amount of people complaining about their diagnoses might make it seem like they are more prevalent. 

"While allergies are on the rise, affecting more and more Americans every year, each spring isn't necessarily worse than the last," said Dr. Michael Foggs, president of the ACAAI. "With more people being affected by seasonal allergies, it may seem like every year is the worst yet for sufferers. But in reality, there might just be more people complaining about symptoms." 

Still, people must be prepared to treat allergies with different methods, as traditional medications alone may not be up to the task. 

As more people begin to suffer from spring allergies, they will be searching for ways to relieve their symptoms. A great way to find relief is with home air purifiers such as the IQAir HealthPro Plus, which can clear the air of a wide variety of irritants and allergens that otherwise cause problems. 

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