People suffering from Asthma and Hay fever are requested to stay closed during this season. As thunder fever affecting millions in the British region due to subdued pollen bombs and storms. Along with rising temperature and pollens makes huge clouds of unnatural allergies. This allergies can trigger health concerns and are expected to occur till June end.
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Thunder fever can nearly affect millions with an asthma attack
The amount of rain the area experiences along with sunshine can generate pollens to rupture. This condition can trigger hay fever for millions, those are affected with health conditions. According to the meteorological department, thunderstorms are expected which will make grains more allergic. However, the prediction can be true and make allergic fever known as “Thunder Fever”.
Officials confirmed about the happening with high alert in England and Moderate in Scotland. Moreover, Ireland’s Asthma Society also made cautions about the pollen allergies flavouring the area. They noticed an increase of 80 per cent among the Asthma affected patients due to pollen allergies. Marcus Butler claimed that clinical management of Asthma becomes worsen during the summer season. Though the season is quite beautiful pollen counts increases sharply affecting patients.
Precautions and consequences
Due to extreme heatwave flowing across the European region, pollen ruptures making a cloud of allergies. Though the allergies are increasing with heat and extreme rainfall in the England region. This can also trigger a serious asthma attack and fever with other breathing problems.
Medical officers and health advisors advise people to take proper precautions before anything serious happens. They also advise asthma patients to carry inhalers in-case of serious attacks. As the thunderstorms split the grains into pieces makes it more allergic and results in thunder fever.
Thunder fever occurs due to an increase in pollen counts. This pollen count increases during the summer season and falling trees. The trees dry up and fall making the pollens to rise in nature. Thus making it more allergic to the patients. Some reported that around 10 people died last year due to Thunder fever, even though they didn’t have asthma.
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