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Be Ready For Spring Allergies!

Written By: Jim Long on February 28, 2011 No Comment

Spring is coming and that means allergy season. Determine now to stay as healthy as possible.

With spring around the corner there are going to be plenty of people dealing with allergies. They are going to have a reaction to pollen and lots of people will have to deal with it. Some will not have a single problem with spring and can’t wait for the beautiful weather to start appearing.

There are thousands of people that with spring bring many runny noses, itchy eyes, and trouble breathing. These people are going to suffer from allergies. The most common allergy cause is pollen. It going to affect people almost anywhere and can be a miserable experience.

Spring will bring beautiful new growth. With the new growth, plants are going to want to produce fruits and seeds.

The pollen is made by the male plant parts and taken to the female parts. Some plants are going to depend on the insects to pollinate them and some will use the wind too.

The grains of pollen are going to be carried by the wind to other plants to keep the species alive and growing.

There are a lot of people that are irritated by the amount of pollen on their porches, patios, cars, and anything else outside the home. For most people that are allergic to pollen their problems are going to be more than just annoying.

The most common symptoms of an allergy to pollen can be seen almost anywhere. Runny noses, itchy and watery eyes, and coughing are signs that come yearly when spring is near.

The pollen is going to irritate the areas that have air in contact with them. This is going to mean that people’s eyes, nose and throat are going to be affected. The pollen is going to blow in the wind and it will cause problems that will make spring not look so pretty. This can make spring time a regular nightmare for many and it can make so many people suffer from allergies everyday.

Be sure to see your doctor or local pharmacist so that you are prepared for this annual attack.

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