Spring Allergies Class Notes

Allergies seem to hit people at different times of the year, but most seem to have symptoms starting in the early spring. Some of your comments about symptoms spring allergies-someone sneezingincluded:

“Sinus blockage (can’t breathe correctly) that leads to sinus pressure headache.” – Shawn Marie

‘Itching. I have occasional runny nose and sinus distress, but I itch! My itching is most prevalent when I am outdoors, but I am also drastically allergic to insects, particularly flies. I would love to find a solution so that for once in my life I can enjoy being outdoors.’ – Wendy

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