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Fall is the perfect time to get long walks outside, autumn gardening and hill hikes. But when you start making the “ah-choo” sound then you’re one with the seasonal allergy problem.
You can sometimes call it “hay fever” or seasonal allergic rhinitis. You can experience seasonal allergy on a certain time of the year like fall.
If you develop “cold” at the same time every year, seasonal allergies might be to blame. And when they do it will slow you down and make you feel miserable. Allergy symptoms come suddenly, this includes:
Seasonal allergy varies by region. That is why you should know your trigger. There are two main culprit:
There are also different group that triggers allergy. Among them:
Consult the doctor if you think you have allergies. They are quite easy to identify since the pattern returns yearly after exposure to allergens.
There are many ways to treat seasonal allergies. As suggested by expert, avoiding the allergen is still the best measure. To keep your kid from exposure, you can:
If reducing exposure is ineffective there are medications available. You just have to work with your Allergist to know what allergens are at work in order to get proper treatment. They can recommend a variety of medications like: