Type of allergy: Pollen, dust, ....., in Spring, Summer, Fall,... Indoor / Outdoor March 05 2022, 4 Comments
Pollen: Tree pollen allergy, weeds pollen allergy, grass pollen allergy,
Pollen is one of the most common triggers of seasonal allergies. Many people know pollen allergy as “hay fever.” Experts usually refer to pollen allergy as “seasonal allergic rhinitis.”
Each spring, summer, and fall − and even in the winter in some states − plants release tiny pollen grains to fertilize other plants of the same species. Most of the pollen that causes allergic reactions comes from trees, grasses, and weeds. These plants make small, light, and dry pollen grains that travel by the wind. They then can find their way into your eyes, nose, and lungs, causing allergy symptoms if you have a pollen allergy.
Common symptoms of a pollen allergy include:
- Allergic rhinitis: Nasal congestion, runny nose, Itchy nose, post nasal drip, and/or sneezing
- Itchy, red, and/or watery eyes
- A red or irritated nose from frequently blowing your nose
More than 25 million Americans are allergic to pollen. Some people are allergic to tree pollen, which is in the air in spring. Others have a problem with grass pollen, which is more of a summertime issue. Still others have trouble with weed pollen, which is common in the fall.
Figures between 20-30% of Canadians have seasonal allergies – and it’s something to sneeze at.
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