Hay Fever & Seasonal Allergies: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Anyone who suffers from hay fever knows that it can turn the otherwise pleasant transition from winter to spring into a nightmare. Along with the warmer weather and sunshine, symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing and eye irritation can occur.

Trees and grasses release their pollen from April to June, which is the peak time for symptomatic hay fever. Some trees, such as B. willows, begin to shed pollen as early as February, and some weeds continue well into September. While you may not be sensitive to all types of pollen, you may experience uncomfortable symptoms on days with a high pollen count (a measure of the average number of pollen grains per cubic meter squared).

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Russell Falcon

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