I look out my office window and notice the beautiful pear blossoms in bloom here and around the whole city. It reminds me it’s spring time. When I was back in Austin, I did see a lot of people suffering from allergies during this season.
Pollen allergies affect up to 30 percent of adults and 40 percent of children in the United States. The allergy is unlikely to go away once it has developed. However, symptoms can be treated with medications and allergy shots. Making certain lifestyle changes can also help relieve the symptoms associated with pollen allergies. The symptoms of pollen allergies include sneezing; runny or stuffy nose; itchy throat or inside of ears; hives; swollen eyelids and itchy eyes; and coughing, wheezing and trouble breathing.
How is a pollen allergy treated: