Over 50 million Americans suffer with allergy symptoms, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. And due to rising temperatures, as said on gantdaily.com, we can expect allergy season this year to last 27 days longer than usual.
The long, harsh winter is finally over, but with changing season comes the onslaught of allergy season. This dreaded aspect of spring can begin as soon as the temperature warms up, and last until the first frost of fall happens, which as mentioned earlier may be postponed this year.
Allergic reactions occur, according to a CBC article, when an allergen enters the body of a person who is predisposed to allergies, and an immune reaction takes place that encourages the production of allergen-specific antibodies. Then, the next time that allergen comes in contact with that person, “mast cells release a slew of chemicals (histamines) that irritate and inflame the moist membranes lining the nose and produce the classic symptoms of an allergic reaction – scratchy throat, sneezing, itching and watery eyes.”
Across the internet, one of the most prominent pieces of advice to help beat this year’s allergy season is to find out what triggers your reaction and stay away from it. This translates into many people staying indoors throughout the spring and summer, which isn’t exactly an exciting prospect.
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