Asthma Triggers and Indoor Allergens

Some of the most common indoor asthma triggers include:

  •  Environmental tobacco smoke (secondhand smoke)
  •  Dust mites
  •  Mold
  • Cockroaches and other pests
  • Household pets
  • Chemical irritants such as cleaners and pesticides
  • Wood smoke

Identify your asthma triggers

Common environmental asthma triggers

ETA can assist in helping identify asthma triggers in your home or building and provide a plan to help your decrease or eliminate the pollutants that exists. This information is invaluable to you and your doctor to help reduce the occurrence of asthma attacks.


Online resources

Find out more information on indoor asthma triggers.

Environmental Protection Agency

Centers For Disease Control and Prevention

Contact Us for Help Identifying Environmental Asthma Triggers

If you or those around you are struggling with asthma symptoms, reach out to ETA today to learn if there are environmental factors in your building that are triggering those attacks. Fill out our contact form below or call us at 919-878-3188.

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