Allergies, asthma, and moldsReactive airway - mold; Bronchial asthma - mold; Triggers - mold; Allergic rhinitis - pollen
In people who have sensitive airways, allergy and asthma symptoms can be triggered by breathing in substances called allergens, or triggers. It is important to know your triggers because avoiding them is your first step toward feeling better. Mold is a common trigger.
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