Seasonal Allergies

  • April 22, 2018

    Seasonal Allergy-Related Headaches: Causes and Treatment

    After a long and cold winter, everyone seems to be desperately waiting for the spring to come. As soon as the weather gets warmer, most of us feel some kind of relief, because there is no need to use winter clothes and pay heating bills anymore, and we finally can...

  • April 20, 2018

    How Can You Use Yoga for Seasonal Allergies?

    Seasonal nasal allergies can have a significant impact on your physical and emotional well-being. The main cause of seasonal allergies is airborne pollen produced by plants as part of the reproduction process. Tree pollen is a common trigger of allergic rhinitis (or hay fever) during the spring season, while grass...

  • April 19, 2018

    Summer Allergy-Induced Asthma: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention and Treatment

    For many people, summer season is the most favorite time of the year, but not for those who suffer from summer allergy-induced asthma. While the longest vacations of the year begin, and both children and adults spend more and more time outside, people with summer allergies have to cope with...

  • April 14, 2018

    6 Myths About Spring Allergies

    Spring is the most difficult period for the majority of people with seasonal allergies. Runny or stuffy nose, itching, red and watery eyes are only a small part of the annoying symptoms experienced by allergy sufferers. While you can find a lot of different information about spring allergies and their...

  • April 10, 2018

    How Are Weather and Seasonal Allergens Connected?

    According to experts in allergy, asthma and immunology, weather can significantly affect the symptoms in people with seasonal allergies. Depending on the allergen causing a reaction, the best weather conditions for allergic people may differ.   Weather and Pollen Counts   In many cases, pollen allergy sufferers feel more comfortable...

  • April 7, 2018

    How to Prepare for Allergy Season?

    For people with seasonal allergies, the last days of winter are usually the last days when they can still enjoy life without annoying symptoms. If you have a seasonal allergy, exposure to an allergen such as pollen and dust often results in a reaction in your body leading to the...

  • April 3, 2018

    How Can Seasonal Allergies Affect Your Skin?

    During cold winters, many people around the world experience issues with their skin, such as dryness (or oiliness), dehydration, chapped skin, breakouts, etc. As the air gets warmer, the skin may often get better, but not in those with seasonal allergies.   Various factors associated with seasonal allergies tend to...

  • February 23, 2018

    Are Your Symptoms Pointing to a Grass Allergy?

    Grass allergy can occur as a result of inhaling grass pollen or coming into direct contact with grass. Sometimes, when you spend time on the fresh air, especially in spring, your eyes may start itching, and you may develop a runny nose. Or an itchy rash may appear after you’ve...

  • January 18, 2018

    Winter Allergies Explained

    When the winter season comes, many of us start having some annoying symptoms like sniffling or sneezing. In most cases, the symptoms are caused by colds and they usually go away after a few days. But what if your cold symptoms stay much longer? This means that you are likely...

  • December 27, 2017

    Seasonal Allergies: Which Winter Allergy Triggers Are There?

      For some people with allergies, wintertime may mean a long-awaited break in a struggle with annoying allergy symptoms. The weather gets colder, and many outdoor allergens temporarily disappear. However, if you are allergic to some indoor triggers like dust mites, pet dander or mold, your exposure to them nay...

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