Debunking Your Allergies: When Seasonal Allergies Strike hard

SummerSeasonal allergies are tagged seasonal allergies, because they usually take place prominently either in the Spring season or the Fall season. These allergies are triggered by things that occur in the environment and nature that only tend to happen during these two specific seasons. However it is not unlikely to experience the same allergy symptoms and inconveniences in the Winter time and Summer time, especially when global warming is chaotic in certain parts of the United States.

The main type of season allergy that one experiences is a pollen allergy that is usually transbursed through foliage, trees, grass, and weeds. Usually pollens that are disbursed through the winds are the main culprits of allergies which cause a number of symptoms including: sneezing, itching, hay fever, watery eyes, scratchy throat, headaches, and more. In addition, allergies can also irritate dormant health conditions such as asthma, skin rashes, and rhinitis.

What Causes Seasonal Allergies?

pollenSpringtime and Summer allergies are commonly caused by most grass and tree pollens- and you will often begin feeling them in early spring subtly and as Summer comes in full-force you will notice they get worse. These types of allergies come along when grass is mowed and the air is stirred with different pollens from plants, flowers, and trees.

Fall allergies are most times cause by weed pollens and tree pollens. This happens when the leaves begin to fall off the trees or when trees in other climates in the United States experience pollenation. The region in which you live often determines how soon or later you will start to experience symptoms and irritation from seasonal allergies.

Seasonal Allergy Treatments and Relief

It is very difficult to pinpoint which exact pollens are causing your seasonal allergies to flare up, however a physician can perform tests and studies on you to help you to note what allergies that you are most prone to. In addition, there are many prescription and over the counter meds that you can purchase such as allegra, claritin, and also Benadryl that possess antihistamines in them that can help combat symptoms brought on my allergies.

There are also natural precautions that you can take to help lower your exposure to pollens and the irritable allergies brought on my exposure to them. Here is a few:

  • During high pollen times when the breeze is blowing keep you house closed upgty_grass_allergy_jt_120423_wblog
  • Between 5-10 am in the morning pollen levels are high, try to stay indoors in these times
  • Avoid going outdoors when it is windy out
  • Keep track of the pollen levels as the news or weather sources in your area keep you updated
  • If you have extreme allergies, do not mow the lawn or be exposed to lawns that are freshly mowed
  • During high pollen times, dry your clothes inside- do not hang them

Spring is in full session in the majority of states in the U.S., and with this comes an allergy sufferer’s desperation to keep allergies from taking over a person’s quality of life. Seasonal allergies can cause all kinds of havoc to a person. They can cause sinus problems, lethargy, sore throats, coughing, sneezing, congestion, runny nose, and more. When it comes to fighting allergies, and enjoying your life to it’s fullest potential it is important to have an education and to be thoroughly informed so that you can debunk your allergies, and address them by taking the right measures.



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Written by Heidi Shepard

Heidi was born and raised in Vero Beach, Florida. At a very young age she discovered her passion for writing, and graduated in 1996 from Florida State University with a major in journalism and minor in Nursing. She is a licensed RN part-time and also works full-time writing for various local health journals and papers. She is a definite asset to Newhealthalert. Not only does her experience and passion show through her keen writing, but her expertise in the medical field enables her to capture the best news topics and subjects found in the health niche.

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