Community Respiratory Health Survey Respiratory

Respiratory allergies have tripled in Spain: currently between 15 and 20 per cent of the population has problems allergies at some point in his life with the arrival of spring the possibility of increasing the sneezing, the redness of the eyes, irritations, inflammations, itching and other consequences (symptoms) of asthma and allergies in people. In general, respiratory allergies have tripled in Spain in one period less than a generation, being the most frequent allergic rhinitis, asthma, followed as they put of manifest experts during the meeting I of controversies and innovations in allergy (CYNA), held in 2008 in Madrid. Recent epidemiological data on allergies show that its prevalence is about 22% of the population, which means that one of every four Spaniards suffers from it. And the number is growing. Taking into account that the people we spend 90% of our time indoors, the good conditions of the interior of the buildings environment are fundamental in the Prevention of allergies and asthma. In the interior of the home and workplace, environmental conditions also vary with the cambioquedad of the environment. Both the spread of temperature.

In times of spring and early summer, as pollen inhalant allergens, for example, float more easily in the air, due to the be allergens by simply opening a window, as the consequent alteration due to the use of air conditioning equipment without a proper air filter system, placed persons susceptible to respiratory diseases at risk. As for asthma, some specialists point to her as the pandemic of the 21st century. The European survey on respiratory health (European Community Respiratory Health Survey) was observed in Spain a percentage between 5 and 14 per cent, with high geographical variability index. How to prevent indoor allergies? Dust mites control * the droppings of these mites are the most common perennial allergy triggers and the symptoms of asthma.