Storm asthma: Let's talk about it!
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Thunderstorms may trigger or even aggravate asthma and allergy attacks: this is known as "storm asthma".
Storm asthma can occur in anyone with asthma, but it most often affects people with seasonal allergic rhinitis (or hay fever).The electrical activity of a thunderstorm helps to break down pollen further, and gusts can disperse pollen grains before a thunderstorm. In clouds, wind, humidity and lightning greatly reduce airborne particles, making it easier for them to enter the nose, sinuses and lungs.
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