Just because of a cold. Many people who think they only have flu are often suffering from house dust allergy. And even if the symptoms are relatively tolerable, there is still an increased risk of developing asthma sooner or later. By now every fourth house dust mite allergy sufferer simultaneously develops asthma. For children, the risk is even five times higher. Especially in the autumn and winter months, when we increasingly stay within our own four walls, a solution is needed, as the risk of asthma would be reduced by reducing the amount of allergens in living rooms. So here’s a tip: After a four-week cold phase consult a doctor and check the possibility of an existing allergy.