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It's More than a Seasonal Thing....

Updated: May 27, 2020

Many people correlate springtime with allergies. However, depending on the part of the country you reside in, allergies can be a year-round occurrence. Here are the most common allergens to look for month by month for you allergy sufferers out there.

Jan and Feb: Dust is a trigger due to the cold weather and indoor heating units being used.

March, April, May: Pollen and grass

June: Grass

July: Fungus spores and seeds

August: Mold spores

September/October: Ragweed

November: The most allergen-free month!!! Enjoy your Thanksgiving!!

December: Indoor allergies due to cold weather, dust, and mold spores.

If you find that your allergy symptoms are worse in one month compared to the other, the quick list above may help you identify what is causing your symptoms. To avoid specific allergen would be the best form of treatment. However, in most cases, that is impossible. Hopefully the treatment options I have discussed can help you and your physician create a game plan to treat your seasonal allergies.

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