20 Sep Seasonal Discomfort got you down?
If you sneeze and cough, or your nose and eyes itch and are runny during certain times of the year, you may have seasonal allergies. Grass, pollen and mold are the most common triggers of seasonal allergies.
In west Tennessee, spring allergies begin in March and last until the early summer. Mild winter temperatures can cause plants to pollinate early. A rainy spring, like the one we have had so far, can also promote rapid plant growth and lead to an increase in mold, causing symptoms to last well into the fall.
The following climate factors can also influence how bad your symptoms might be:
- Tree, grass and ragweed pollens thrive during cool nights and warm days.
- Molds grow quickly in heat and high humidity.
- Pollen levels tend to peak in the morning hours.
- Rain washes pollen away, but pollen counts can soar after rainfall.
- On a day with no wind, airborne allergens are grounded.
- When the day is windy and warm, pollen counts surge.
- Moving to another climate to avoid allergies is usually not successful — allergens are virtually everywhere.
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