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Where is a good place to live with allergies, asthma and eczema?

i also have all the 3 of them
and from my experience i noticed that:
- i breath well when i go to the seaside and when i went to paris and when i skate on artificial patinoirs and in the mountains or in saline air
- i breath bad in big cities and in the country
- my eczema gets better in winter cause i don't sweat and when i use thermal water
- my eczema and asthma gets better when i am too away from the fast-food shops and i'm not tented although i love fast-food
- and all my allergies r better when i'm on holliday and i make my own programm of work
and i'm allergic to penicilin, dust, cats , polen and some metals

I have always heard it was the desert states like, Nevada, Utah and Arizona for Asthmatics.

A really good place to live with allergies,asthma and eczema
would be right at your home where it would be sanitized. The items would be to place everything in a plastic bag that would have germs, such as stuffed animals inside the plastic bag during the cold season and place those items outside in the cold.

The AAFA today issued its list of America's 100 spring allergy capitals. These towns are the "most challenging places to live with spring allergies," states the AAFA.

The spring allergy capitals are:

1. Tulsa, Okla.
2. Dallas-Fort Worth
3. Fort Myers, Fla.
4. San Antonio
5. Tucson, Ariz.
6. St. Louis
7. Wichita, Kan.
8. Little Rock, Ark.
9. Charlotte, N.C.
10. Atlanta
11. Augusta, Ga.
12. Jacksonville, Fla.
13. El Paso, Texas
14. Columbia, S.C.
15. Oklahoma City
16. Bakersfield, Calif.
17. Tampa, Fla.
18. Sarasota, Fla.
19. Las Vegas
20. Los Angeles
21. Phoenix-Mesa, Ariz.
22. Richmond, Va.
23. Birmingham, Ala.
24. Austin, Texas
25. McAllen, Texas
26. Memphis
27. San Francisco
28. Houston
29. Greensboro, N.C.
30. Jackson, Miss.
31. Charleston, S.C.
32. Allentown, Pa.
33. Philadelphia
34. Melbourne, Fla.
35. Orlando, Fla.
36. Daytona Beach, Fla.
37. West Palm Beach, Fla.
38. Albuquerque, N.M.
39. Madison, Wis.
40. Norfolk, Va.
41. Pittsburgh
42. Milwaukee, Wis.
43. Indianapolis
44. Mobile, Ala.
45. Pensacola, Fla.
46. Springfield, Mo.
47. Louisville, Ky.
48. Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, N.C.
49. Modesto, Calif.
50. Sacramento, Calif.
51. Stockton, Calif.
52. Lexington, Ky.
53. Greenville, S.C.
54. San Diego, Calif.
55. Denver
56. Chattanooga, Tenn.
57. Dayton, Ohio
58. New Orleans
59. Rochester, N.Y.
60. Salt Lake City
61. Johnson City, Tenn.
62. Cincinnati
63. Knoxville, Tenn.
64. Omaha, Neb.
65. Nashville
66. Baltimore
67. Baton Rouge, La.
68. Columbus, Ohio
69. South Bend, Ind.
70. Kansas City, Mo.
71. Washington
72. Canton, Ohio
73. Cleveland
74. Hartford, Conn.
75. Lancaster, Pa.
76. Harrisburg, Pa.
77. Buffalo, N.Y.
78. Youngstown, Ohio
79. New York
80. Spokane, Wash.
81. Colorado Springs, Colo.
82. Providence, R.I.
83. Fresno, Calif.
84. Portland, Ore.
85. Chicago
86. Boise City, Idaho
87. Des Moines, Iowa
88. Albany, N.Y.
89. Miami
90. Grand Rapids, Mich.
91. Kalamazoo, Mich.
92. Minneapolis-St. Paul
93. Toledo, Ohio
94. Scranton, Pa.
95. Syracuse, N.Y.
96. Seattle
97. Lansing, Mich.
98. Detroit
99. Boston
100. Fort Wayne, Ind.

The AAFA based its ratings on three factors: seasonal pollen counts, allergy medicine use per patient, and the number of board-certified allergists per patient.

a bubble....or so I've heard.

There are different thoughts about this. A dry state is good for asthma, unless it's time for mold spores coming from the South (Mexico) in the fall and winter months to start in. These can be very hard on ones lungs.
Eczema and allergies of course are exceptionally better in the Southwest, especially a place like Nevada, the dryness, like 10% humidity and the heat, all help allergies.

Cold, dampnes, all are detremental to allergies and eczema, causing the spread and continued distress from this disease.
One has to follow thier pocketbook of course and live where they can. Not everyone can live in the South.

You can not run away from it, you have to deal with it. Eczema is a way of your body to get rid of toxins or unwanted things from your body, it is a message that you are doing something wrong, such as eating foods you are allergic to. all three of them are allergies to some foods, such as milk, wheat, eggs being the most common allergens. There are ways today to eliminate allergies naturally and without the use of drugs. It's very safe, even for babies and with awesome results. Find a Registered Holistic Allergist in your area who can help. I am also one of them and cannot believe how many people suffer from allergies and do not know about this elimination.


I have all 3 and my doctor told me to wait for them to colonize the moon, I laughed and he said he was serious.

brad .
I’ve known several people with eczema. All of them go outside a lot for extra sun. I would recommend going somewhere that’s sunny and dry. Moisture seems to have a negative effect on it. One lady I know goes to the tanning bed about once a week...I can tell a huge difference in her skin. there's less airbourne allergens at places where it rains a lot.i'm not sure where whould be a good place to live if you have asthma. i'm sure it would be helpful to go somewhere sea level. anything over sea level might add extra difficulty. i hope this helps.

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