Can the environment that we live in cause asthma?



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    he exact cause of asthma isn’t known. Researchers think a combination of factors (family genes and certain environmental exposures) interact to cause asthma to develop, most often early in life. These factors include:

    • An inherited tendency to develop allergies, called atopy (AT-o-pe)
    • Parents who have asthma
    • Certain respiratory infections during childhood
    • Contact with some airborne allergens or exposure to some viral infections in infancy or in early childhood when the immune system is developing
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    Yes, living environments can induce asthma. The causes include air control, second-hand smoke, and pollen. Someone that is asthmatic may experience severe conditions if they have allergies or exercise in the poor conditions listed above. The best environments to live in are those located near fresh water because the wind pushes clean air throughout the city.

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    Yes! The unclean air can induce symptoms of asthma. Everyday we are breathing in toxins and polluted air that can potential to weaken our breathing ability. The environment can play a major factor in our health believe it or not 😉

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