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Seasonal Allergies

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Many people frequently have seasonal allergies, sometimes referred to as allergic rhinitis or hay fever, especially in the spring and fall. Allergens like mold spores and pollen from grasses, plants, and trees cause these allergies. These allergens can produce a variety of uncomfortable symptoms when they come into contact with the nose, eyes, or throat. Sneezing is one of the most common signs of seasonal allergies. It can be brought on by even the tiniest amount of pollen in the air and frequently manifests as quick, successive blasts. The body attempts to remove the allergen from the nasal passages via sneezing. Sneezing is sometimes accompanied by a congested or runny nose. When the nasal passages swell up in reaction to allergens, congestion results. In an attempt to trap and eliminate the allergen, the body creates an excess of mucus, which causes the well-known sensation of a plugged nose or post-nasal drip. Another frequent symptom of seasonal allergies is itchy, watery eyes. This happens when allergens get in the eyes, causing inflammation and discomfort. In an attempt to flush away the allergen, the body produces tears, which can cause watery, red, and itchy eyes. These symptoms can affect daily living profoundly and be more than simply a bother for many allergy patients. Congestion and discomfort frequently cause sleep problems, which make people tired and irritable during the day. Having allergies can also make it difficult to focus at work or school since they cause persistent sneezing, itching, and runny noses. Fortunately, seasonal allergies are manageable. Antihistamines available over-the-counter can help reduce symptoms like runny nose, itching, and sneezing. Sprays containing nasal corticosteroids are useful for lessening congestion and inflammation in the nose. For patients with severe allergies, allergy shots, also known as immunotherapy, are an alternative that gradually desensitizes the body to allergens over time. Reducing exposure can also be achieved by avoiding allergens whenever feasible, such as by utilizing air purifiers or remaining inside on days with high pollen counts. When walking outside, wearing sunglasses can shield the eyes from pollen, and showering afterwards can remove any allergens that may have accumulated on the skin and hair. Even while seasonal allergies can be annoying, particularly during the busiest pollen seasons, knowledge of triggers and the application of practical management techniques can significantly improve the quality of life for allergy patients.