Hey Tourist! More than fifty million Americans live with nasal allergies. An allergy is an immune system response to foreign substances called allergens. You could be allergic to something you ate, touched, breathed in, or injected into your body. Allergies usually cause sneezing, itchy eyes, sneezing, a scratchy throat, and a runny nose. Severe allergies can cause hives, low blood pressure, rashes, asthma attacks, trouble breathing, and even death.
Although over the counter medications are available to help deal with the symptoms, allergies have no cure. If you have allergies, you will want to stay away from the following cities, which have been recorded as the most allergenic places to live in 2015 by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
With an estimated 382,000 residents, Wichita is the largest city in Kansas, meaning there’s lots of room for weeds and grasses to grow into allergy-causing agents. Thus, it’s no surprise Wichita’s pollen counts are higher than average. Residents os this city are increasing their use of allergy medications in order to cope with the situation at hand. Unfortunately, Wichita also has a lower than average number of available allergists on hand, which means longer wait times for patients looking for advice, consultations, and other treatments to deal with their specific cases.
As if this weren’t enough to deal with for the time being, the next locale is even more allergenic! Keep reading for the full details.