Unstable atmospheric conditions in the Moscow region - a frequent change of wet and dry days - has led to expansion in Moscow of a flu epidemic.
During warming, the air is filled with allergenic pollen, after shower - mold, which leads to negative health outcomes, the experts said.
From bad weather, which is practically the whole summer was established in Moscow, suffers not only the mood of the capital's residents and guests of Moscow is under attack and their health. The result of constant rains in the city there is a flu epidemic, which is complicated in addition to all allergic manifestations.
"The situation connected with colonization of the influenza virus continues. Summer is wet and rainy. The combination of allergenic shower, which peaked in late April, early may, a large release of airborne and environmental constraints leads to a state as if we are sick. Often just a manifestation of an Allergy under the mask of cold", - quotes "Russian news service" the main therapist of Russia, member of Russian Academy of medical Sciences, Director of the Moscow research Institute pulmonology Alexander chuchalina.
Worsens the situation rising into the air mold, says the allergist-immunologist Alex Immortal. "The concentration of pollen started in early April and continues. In addition, at the moment the mold flies, in the air really felt like we always get sick," he stated.
"The year didn't work out. The weather climate is changing. Cold, high humidity, all this features appearances pollen. It turns out such swings: warmer - pollen flew, became wet - concentration slipped, flew mold. Everything has changed. Again warmer - pollen flew. These uneven concentrations and their change always gives Allergy attacks," - said Alexey Immortal.
With all this relief to those suffering allergies to the capital's residents can come only with the onset of autumn. consider professionals. All you can do at the moment is to avoid places in which the most acute allergic reaction, do not go outside in dry and windy weather, and take antihistamines.
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