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The Most Common Fall Allergies

As the weather starts to get cooler, fall allergies can begin to flare up. Whether you have mild or severe allergy symptoms, you can find relief for them so that you can breathe easier. Learn more about some of

the most common allergens that are around this season and how you can treat them.

Common Fall Allergens

Allergens in the environment cause your immune system to produce histamines in order to protect your body from what it perceives as a threat. When you have seasonal allergies, there are different kinds of

allergens around during the year. In fall, some of the most common allergens that you'll encounter include the following:

  • Ragweed. Ragweed pollen, which can travel far when it’s carried by the wind, is common from late summer through the middle of fall.

  • Goldenrod and other weeds. These weeds can cause allergy symptoms when youre exposed to them.

  • Mold. Mold spores, which are common from the middle of fall through late fall, are found in leaf piles and other outdoor areas.

  • Dust Mites. Dust mites can fill your home when you start running your furnace or heater.

  • Pet dander.You might be exposed to dander more often as pets shed their summer coats.

Symptoms of Fall Allergens

When you have fall allergies, they typically cause symptoms that affect your respiratory system, such as a runny nose, sneezing, and coughing. You might also have itchy or watery eyes and an itchy throat.

Other allergy symptoms that can occur include trouble sleeping, feeling more tired than usual and having trouble concentrating. Your symptoms can range from mild to severe.

Treatment for Fall Allergens

If you have fall allergies, you don’t have to put up with them throughout the season. There are many ways to protect yourself from exposure and lower your risk of having allergy symptoms. Some of these include the following:

  • Wearing nasal filters, when you’re gardening, raking leaves or doing other tasks outdoors,especially in the morning when pollen counts are higher.

  • Changing your clothing when you come in so that you don’t spread pollen around your home.

  • Taking a shower when you come in to rinse off pollen and other outdoor allergens from your skin.

  • Having fallen leaves removed from your property instead of having them lying around.

  • Running your air conditioner at home and in the car instead of opening the windows.

  • Dusting and vacuuming often to remove dust and dander in your home.

  • Taking over-the-counter medications that provide allergy relief, such as antihistamines.

  • Reducing your consumption of common allergy foods. These can cause inflammation in many people increasing reactions to pollen, mold and dust allergens.


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