In this guide, we explore the importance of personalized pollen forecasts, the limitations of traditional reporting and the unique science behind our pollen forecasting model.
We explain how pollen contributes to the common symptoms of nose congestion, hives, watery eyes, breathing difficulties, fatigue, and headaches, as well as sneezing and sore throats.
Multiple studies suggest a strong link between human-induced climate change and worsening pollen seasons: In terms of length, severity and predictability.
The CDC estimates pollen allergy alone is responsible for over $3 billion in annual medical costs in the US each year. If pollen seasons continue to worse, the health and economic impacts are also likely to increase.
In order to deliver accurate and timely pollen forecasts, BreezoMeter moves beyond monitoring station information and regional models by leveraging sophisticated AI-driven data analysis and prediction methods.
This eBook is recommended for business professionals interested to learn what makes BreezoMeter's approach to pollen forecasting so unique compared to other more traditional pollen data providers.
"Pollen allergy affects as much as 30% of the global population" - The American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology