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Hay fever in winter

Jan 10th 2014 at 3:06 AM

Hay fever in winter

Although winter has only just gone on, it has been so warm hazel and alder in bloom will come extra early. If you normally start blubbering at the beginning of the year, it may be that already erupting hay fever. This lets Allergy Radar know.

The global warming is increasing the average temperature increased further. Was around this time a temperature of 2.9 degrees Celsius have been normal, fifty years ago, now that's an average of 3.7 degrees, and we do not. Pick this year even The average temperature in December was because almost six degrees. The result is that trees are more and more flourish.

Tree pollen in the air

There are different types of alder, which bloom at different times. Foreign variants hear normally until mid-January to be in bloom, but last year they were already in bloom for Christmas. This relates to the - hold on - Caucasian alder (Lanus sub or data) and Spate (Altus x spa ethic).

Although there are few pollen grains are counted, the number of alder pollen in dry weather can be up to two hundred pollen per cubic meter of air. Fortunately, there are some bright spots for people with hay fever: exotic alder usually bloom only a few days and a lot of wind and rain, the pollen are quickly washed away.

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