Pollen allergy counts change constantly, but it is helpful to consult the counts contained in local weather forecasts to find out when it’s best to avoid being outdoors.
Pollen allergy symptoms include irritation and itching of the eyes, nose, and throat; sneezing; a block nose; and a post-nasal drip. In more severe cases, a person may find themselves short of breath, and experience wheezing, coughing and chest congestion.
If our specialists have determined mold spores to be the source of your allergy, they can advise you on the many strategies you can take to lessen your exposure to mold. You could use a Hepa filter on your air-conditioner, buy hypoallergenic household goods and take steps to prevent mold build-up indoors, for example. There are also over-the-counter and prescription medications that could help alleviate your symptoms.