It is estimated that more than 20 percent Americans suffer from either indoor or outdoor allergies. This means that they are constantly itchy, having watery eyes, sore throats and are sneezing for no reason. There are some people who also get low grade fevers and headaches because of their allergies.
Out of the 50 million estimated Americans who have allergies, many of them are certain that the cities they live in the US are the worst places to live with allergies. This led to a survey being conducted to find out the best places to retire with allergies.
But before we get to the best places, let us first take a look at the worst places where you should not retire if you have allergies. Kansas City, Missouri/Kansas tops the list as the worst US city to live in if you have allergies. This is followed by Louisville, KY; Tamp-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL; Tulsa, OK; Atlanta, GA; Austin-San Marcos, TX; St. Louis, MO; Sacramento, CA; Orlando, FL; and lastly Indianapolis, IN.
Grand Rapids is considered to be one of the best places in the US to retire with allergies because the breezy lakeshore does not allow pollen and mold to settle down.
For those who are looking for the best places in the US to retire with allergies can be thrilled to know that there are places where you can give your symptoms a vacation. The top ten cities which are gentle on allergy sufferers are as follows:
10 Best Places To Retire With Allergies:
– Grand Rapids, MI
– Milwaukee-Waukesha, WI
– Seattle, WA
– San Francisco, CA
– Minneapolis, MN
– Chicago, IL
– Syracuse, NY
– Salt Lake City, UT
– Los Angeles, CA
– Denver, CO