Wednesday, February 27, 2019 07:35 AM


For those who suffer from allergic rhinitis, the year can be filled with itchy eyes, a runny nose, an unshakable cough and an overall sense of blah. Here, we look at what is triggering discomfort in each season, and ways to naturally combat the symptoms that dampen ones ability to enjoy a lovely spring morning, a laid-back summer afternoon, a brisk fall adventure or a cozy, snowy Sunday on the couch.

SpringThe month of March marks the beginning of spring. Still, some days grace us with the warm promises of the impending summer while others remind us of the blistering chill of winter. This can result in agony for some of your customers as they are now hit with dust, dander and other allergens indoors as well as the beginning of spring allergies outdoors. As the season progresses, the warming weather and increasing precipitation lead to higher levels of pollen along with the blossoms and grasses that drag a multi-hued paint brush across our days. Though beautiful, the effects of spring can lead to rather bothersome symptoms.

SummerGrass pollen is at its highest in many parts of the country during June. July, the warmest month in many states, has high weed pollen ...

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