When is allergy season?
It is tricky to give a simple answer to that question. Allergy season depends on where you live and what you are allergic to. Many Americans suffer from allergies year-round and those can be caused by indoor allergies, such as mites and mold. However in general, there are 3 allergy seasons:
- Spring: in this season tree pollen are causing many of the allergies
- Summer: grass can contribute to the allergies
- Fall: in this season weeds are the main contributors
What can I do to prepare for allergy season?
The first and most important question is to find out what you are allergic for. Allergy doctors are specialized in helping you figure out what you are allergic for. Once you know, you can start following the allergy weather report. Also, start taking your medicine as soon as your symptoms start.
More allergy tips:
- Wear sunglasses: this helps many since you limit what blows into your eyes
- Antioxidants: eat foods that are rich in antioxidants such as fresh fruits and vegetables
- Drink green tea: green tea contains antihistamines. Be sure to pick a quality green tea since those contain more of the beneficial nutrients green tea has to offer.
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