- Poor Air Quality
- Tobacco Smoke
- Smoke from Wood Burning Stoves
- Volatile Organic Compounds
- Dust Mites
- Pet dander
- Poorly Maintained Appliances
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Trigger Description and What you can do
Pollen may also be a trigger for respiratory conditions.
What you can do:
Stay inside with the windows closed on high pollen days, if possible.
Use your air conditioner to help filter the air coming into the home. Central air systems are the best.
Remove indoor plants if they irritate or produce symptoms for you or your family.