Monday, January 23, 2017 09:00 AM


Many people believe that as the spring and fall seasons wrap up, so do their allergies, but that’s not always the case once winter rolls around.

“Winter time allergies as opposed to seasonal allergies usually have to do with indoor allergens,” says allergist Dr. Chris Cleveland.

While indoor allergies can affect you year-round, Dr. Cleveland, said it’s mainly confined to the winter months.

“Really when we switch over our heating and ventilation systems in our homes, that’s when we really start having more troubles with the pet allergens and the dust mite allergens because we’re indoors all the time,” Dr. Cleveland explains.

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