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"Seasonal Allergy Relief "

Seasonal allergies often include hay fever, Rhinitis and so on. Seasonal allergies often affect people at particular times of the year and it is caused from exposure to substances in the air. Airborne substances, such as pollen cause seasonal allergies, which doctors dub as Rhinitis or hay fever.

Usually seasonal allergies affect people during early and late spring and continue to affect people in the summer and fall months.

How do the symptoms start?
It depends on the person, but most people experience irritation at the membranes that line the nose. The allergic reaction causes Rhinitis to develop, which affects the lining of the membranes around the eyelids. The conjunctiva is affected as well, which is the white covering of the eyes. This can set in conjunctivitis and often Rhinitis. Still, other illnesses can cause such conditions to emerge.

How does hay fever develop?
Pollen usually triggers allergic reactions. Usually grass and pollinated weeds and so forth will cause hay fever to develop. T

Trees pollinate, which include the birch, elm, oak, alder, juniper, maple, sagebrush, olive, and so on.

Seasonal allergies affect millions of people each year, yet most people are misled. The fact is hay fever can hit you throughout the year, yet it depends on the area you live. In addition, hay fever, Rhinitis and other conditions can develop especially if your immune system is sensitive to mold spores.

To avoid conjunctivitis and other related conditions you want to avoid eye contact with airborne allergens. If you have allergies wear glasses during the months, that pollen is high.

How can I find out what count of pollen is in the air?
You can go online to search for websites that offer you free pollen readings. Sign up with the web site and take advantage of free readings each day. On the days that pollen is high, take measures to avoid contact. This will help you find allergy relief.

Many people allergic to seasonal allergens often endure asthma. While you may not know it asthma symptoms can develop, which include wheezing. If you have allergic reactions, it is wise to visit your doctor and explain in detail what symptoms you endure. This will help your doctor discover a diagnostic that follows proper treatment. Allergies can become life threatening so never take advantage of seasonal or other allergies believing that it is temporary.

What else you should know:
Conjunctivitis can develop into “Atopic Keratoconjunctivitis.” This condition can cause blindness. The condition attacks everyone in all age groups but the prime targets are those over 30.

How can someone tell if they have Atopic Keratoconjunctivitis?
The symptoms are something you want to consider. If you experience blurring vision, your eyes burn, itch etc and if you notice mucous discharging from your eyes, you may have Atopic Keratoconjunctivitis. If your eyes feel sensitive to sunlight followed by the named symptoms, see your doctor immediately.

How do doctors treat seasonal allergic reactions?
It depends on the allergy and the person. Doctors typically prescribe medications if the condition is mild. Rhinitis is often treated with antihistamines. In some instances when the patient does not have high or low blood pressure the doctor will prescribe decongestants. Pseudoephedrine is a common medicine doctors prescribe, which is a decongestant.

Should I seek medical help immediately if I notice mild allergic reactions?
If you are a allergist and know what you are doing you can take your own advice if you feel confident. You can use over-the-counter medications otherwise for a couple of days to see if it takes care of the problem. To answer your question however, logic should tell you to seek medical advice. Once more allergies can turn fatal.