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We usually associate allergies with the springtime, when flowers bloom and pollen count is high. Springtime allergies are well known, but fall allergies are just as serious and are less recognized. Fall allergy symptoms are similar to springtime allergies. The symptoms between springtime and fall allergies are no different from one another. Fall symptoms can include itchy nose and eyes, watery eyes, runny nose, headaches, rashes, hives, nasal congestion, itchy throat, and sneezing.
There are a few things that can trigger fall allergy symptoms.
Let’s take a look at some tips to help you manage your fall allergies. During the peak ragweed pollen times, you should stay in doors. The peak times are late morning to midday. You can further reduce fall allergies triggered by ragweed pollen by keeping doors and windows closed. You can stay up to date on the latest pollen counts by looking at local news reports and weather forecasts. Another way to avoid fall allergies is to keep the air in your home clean by vacuuming often and using a HEPA air filter to clean the air.
If you have any questions on fall allergies and if you may have them, give us a call at 805-658-9500. Our team of expert allergy specialists from Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Medical Group can help you.