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Allergic Bronchitis

What is Allergic Bronchitis?
When bronchitis is triggered by an allergic reaction instead of by a cold or the flu, it is called allergic bronchitis. Like common bronchitis, allergic bronchitis is accompanied by a cough that produces green or yellow mucus. It may also involve a slight fever, chills and a sore chest or throat.

Signs and symptoms of Allergic Bronchitis include:
- Wheezing

- Shortness of breath

- Coughing

Which allergens commonly cause allergic Bronchitis?
The most common causes of allergic bronchitis are commonly found in people's homes. Besides pollen, many people find that their allergic bronchitis is triggered when they breathe in debris left by cockroaches, mold spores, animal dander, dust or dust mites.

If you have any of these allergic symptoms, seek our anti-dust mite service as soon as possible to prevent experiencing a severe allergic attack.