What Are Seasonal Allergies?
by Christine Crotts
membranes are on the inside of the nasal passage. When the membranes become
inflamed it causes irritations. They are very common among people and, as stated
before, they can vary dependent on the season.

The first type is winter allergies. Winter allergies mainly consist of animal, dust, and
mold allergies. People are more prone to be allergic to these things because they are
likely inside your home during the winter. During this time of year things such as the
furnace are constantly running which causes an excess amount of dust. Mold is also
common in warm palaces therefore in the winter it will mostly grow in the house.
Animals, like the other two, are likely to be inside during the winter months. Because
of this your allergic reactions are more likely to act up in the winter. This does not
mean that you will only sneeze and cough during the season, however it does mean
that you will most likely have worse experiences with allergies during this time.

The next season is spring. During this time many people are working outside in their
flower beds getting ready for the nice weather ahead. This season is not only good
for planting; it is also good for plants to grow. When they grow they release a
substance called pollen. Many people cannot tolerate pollen, and most likely their
condition will act up during this time of year. Other things such as grass and weeds
cause reactions and are most likely to occur during this time.

This leads to the next topic, summer conditions. Summer allergies are most
commonly related to grass and weeds. During this time grass and weeds grow at
record speeds and this means you will be cutting them down more frequently. When
you cut the lawn on a frequent basis, people are more likely to react to them. For
example, if after you cut your grass you come inside with itchy watery eyes, you
probably have them.

The last season of the year is fall. During this time many people have this condition,
however there are not normally as severe. During this weather plants are more likely
to begin to die, therefore they are not releasing as much pollen. Some things from
the summer months may still bother you, for example grass, but they are not likely
to be as irritating.

Depending on what you suffer from you may experience any type of these seasonal
conditions. Seasonal allergies are very common. It is important to be tested to see
what you are allergic to, so that you can take the proper treatments.


About The Author

Christine Crotts likes to travel a lot and makes sure that her dog can travel with.
Christine has written a site containing reviews on
models, as well as
a
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Some people wonder why their
allergies only act up during certain
parts of the year. Most people think
that if they have them that they will
affect them all year around. Both of
these are common misconceptions.
They most commonly depend on the
season. This article will describe the
different types and how they affect
people.

Before getting into the different
seasonal allergies it is important to
know what they are. They are caused
by inflammation in the mucus
membranes. These mucus
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