Do allergies return with spring? Learn how to prevent them

Do allergies return with spring? Learn how to prevent them

Allergies in the spring are a concern for a significant part of the population.

They often create a variety of distractions, which interfere with daily activities.

The most common spring allergies are:

Allergic reactions


The symptoms it usually causes are runny nose, sneezing, itching and nasal congestion and consequently headache. It is possible for a nasal congestion to become permanent and cause serious damage if not treated properly in a timely manner.

Allergic asthma

The symptoms of allergic asthma vary depending on how severe it is. It can appear with a "burn" in the chest or with a cough. However, it can be more serious and cause you to have difficulty breathing and at the same time have a strong cough. The main cause for the appearance of spring allergies is tree pollen, which is constantly circulating in the air, writes KP.

The most common symptoms of spring allergies are:

Red eyes that water

Dry eyes and itching

Eyes with black circles

Leakage of secretions from the nose



To avoid these problems, try to stay home during dry and windy days. The best time to get out, according to experts, is after the rain, which will have cleared the atmosphere of pollen. Minimize work with plants on the balcony and in the yard. Once you get home from the outside, take off your clothes immediately and take a quick shower to remove pollen from your skin and hair.