Fall and spring are the best seasons when it comes to weather. The temperature is neither too hot nor too cold, unlike the scorching summers and freezing winters. Additionally, the weather is ideal for cozying around in a warm sweater, comfy flip-flops, and a warm cup of hot chocolate. However, there is one major setback for about 60 million Americans: seasonal allergies.
The long hot summer days have turned to breezy cooler temperatures in Southern California. With the changing of seasons and cooler weather making its way into the Southern California area allergy sufferers are bracing for the impacts of the most common fall allergies. In warmer climates, allergy triggers can linger well beyond the fall with little to no extreme cold weather to put a stop to allergen spread. If you are an allergy sufferer it is important to take control and manage your allergies from the outset to prevent further discomfort and aggravation of symptoms associated with allergic rhinitis and the increased risk of conditions such as asthma.
Topics: Allergy Management