Summer and spring cause allergies due to pollen from plants and vegetables trying to grow. Ragweed is one thing you have to worry about during the fall even though it might not grow in your area because it can travel through the wind. As a result of the wind, Ragweed can travel up too 100 miles of its location which can cause you to still be sneezing.
We’ve all heard of people being allergic to things like pollen, nuts, and shellfish. However, there are some stranger-than-fiction allergies out there that make it impossible to complete even the most basic day to day tasks.
Sneezing, sniffling and watery eyes...people often associate allergies with spring and summer, when the pollen count is way up, but there are actually many common allergies during this fall season that can be just as irritating.
“Don’t worry it’s just a cold.” How many times have you or someone you know said that? We usually associate sneezing, couching, congestion and several other symptoms with the common cold or allergies, but when does it turn from a cold into something more?
While spring weather is welcomed with open arms, it also means the beginning of something that affects millions of people during this time of year. Allergy season is nearly upon us and the constant sneezing and itchy/watery eyes can be unbearable at times. There are steps we can take to help prepare for the many symptoms caused by seasonal allergies.