7 Things You Should Know about Spring Allergies ...


Spring should be a time to celebrate the end of cold weather and snow, but for many of us it is a time of an even greater evil -- spring allergies. While most people yearn for the start of spring, those who suffer from allergies often wish the snow would last longer. I just developed spring allergies a few years ago, and have compiled a list of things I wish I had known when I first started getting symptoms.

1. They Can Come on at Any Time

One of the biggest surprises about spring allergies that I discovered is that they can spring up at any time (no pun intended). Up until three years ago, I never had the slightest reaction to pollen, but for some reason, I developed a horrible reaction to it that seemingly came out of nowhere. So if you start to notice that you have a perpetual cold in the spring, you may want to consult your doctor to see if you have developed seasonal allergies, even if you never had them before.

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