By Smarty — One of many Allergies blogs on SmartLivingNetwork.com
The spotlight's flashing, the crowd is going wild. You're in the ring with your opponent. Your fighting gloves are on. You're focused and ready to win this fight. Who's your opponent? Pollen. That's right, allergies can be caused by pollen. We're going to figure out what is the cause of pollen allergies and fight back against pollen by looking at different ways to ease your allergies.
About 40-50 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies, so you're not alone. Did you know that one ragweed plant produces a billion grains of pollen a day that is invisible to the naked eye? It's true and the pollen that most often causes nasal allergy symptoms is light, dry and spread by the wind. The common causes of allergies are:
If you suffer from nasal allergies that are worse in some seasons than other seasons, then it probably means you're allergic to pollen. The reason for this is because different plants pollinate at different times during the year and the pollen count varies from season to season. The pollen count is usually worse from early spring to late summer and it depends on where you live. You will go through different symptoms on different days within the same season because your symptoms can change depending upon the amount of pollen in the air. Hot, dry, and windy days might be hardest for you because so much pollen is increased and blowing around; however rain will wash a lot of the pollen away. So you can go "Singing in the Rain" without worrying about your allergies! People who have seasonal allergies will respond differently from each other, but the common symptoms of seasonal pollen allergies consist of:
Would you want to pay most of your hard earned money for these expensive and laborious allergy treatments?
I didn't think you want to waste your money away! I have such an easier way to ease your pollen allergies like:
And the undefeated champion over allergies is, once again, you!
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