When fall allergy symptoms strike, they can wreak havoc on all of your fall fun. Luckily, there are ways to keep fall allergies at bay.
Causes of Fall Allergies
There are a few different allergens that can create fall allergy symptoms. The most common are ragweed, mold, and dust mites. Oddly enough, the vast majority of people who are affected by spring allergies are also hit hard by allergies in the fall. Obviously, pollen counts can dramatically affect how severe your allergy symptoms might be. To get a daily pollen count, go here.
Fall Allergy Symptoms
Your allergy symptoms could feel a lot like having a cold. To find out for sure if you have allergies, see a board certified allergist who can do a full analysis.
- Runny nose
- Watery eyes
- Itchy eyes
- Itchy nose
- Dark circles under the eyes
We can help.
To learn more about what you can do to alleviate fall allergy symptoms, download our Fall Allergy Guide.