Spring’s the perfect time for CAA Members to soak up the warm weather. But, if you have seasonal allergies, you know that as beautiful as spring can be, it can also bring out some of your worst symptoms. Here’s the rundown on seasonal allergies and how to manage them so you can enjoy the return of spring.
If you have seasonal allergies — also known as allergic rhinitis — pollen in the air causes your immune system to release histamine, which sparks allergy symptoms such as a runny nose, coughing, sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, rashes or hives, and many more. Many find that their symptoms start near March or April, when tree pollen season begins.