Living with Allergies
Allergy management goes beyond treatment. You also need to take steps to reduce your contact with your allergens (things that trigger your allergies). Managing your environment combined with treatment can help you have better quality of life.
The allergic march – also called the atopic march – is a term that describes the natural progress of allergic disease over time. Allergic diseases usually start in early childhood. Understanding the allergic march is an important part of disease research, treatment, and management.
Traveling can expose you to many asthma and allergy triggers. Planning ahead can help you prevent asthma and allergy symptoms and reduce surprise reactions. Learn steps to take before, during, and after your next trip.
Asthma and allergies are considering disabilities under the ADA. So how does the ADA apply to people with asthma and allergies at work, school, and public places? Learn what the law covers and your rights as a person with asthma or allergies.
Using CERTIFIED asthma & allergy friendly® products in your home can help you have a healthier indoor environment, as well as reduce allergens.
Learn more about the asthma & allergy friendly® Certification Program by visiting aafa.org/certified.
Your location can have an impact on your seasonal allergies. AAFA’s Allergy Capitals™ report looks at the top 100 most challenging cities in the continental United States to live with seasonal pollen allergies.