With the allergy season already here and if you are allergic to grass pollen, your allergies will be worse in spring and summertime.
Going outdoors is fun. You enjoy life, the fresh air, the scenery, and just about everything nature has to offer. Everything is wonderful until you get stung by a bee. A bee or wasp sting is painful, and if you are allergic to these insects’ venom, it could lead to a life-threatening medical emergency. Nobody wants that, so how do you avoid bee or wasp stings?
Spring has arrived! Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, pollens are floating, and about 40% of children and adults have runny noses and watery eyes. It’s allergy season once again.
The reason why local news providers have regular updates on pollen counts each spring is that millions of Americans suffer from allergies caused by pollens from trees, grass, and weeds.
The allergy season is here. If you are one of the many people who have seasonal allergies, you might have already been suffering the symptoms like sneezing and nasal congestion. These are bothersome and are an inconvenience to our daily lives.