Allergy season and how to treat the symptoms
I've noticed recently that this year's allergy records are increasingly high. Somehow, everyone is class is prone to getting sick easier and everyone is allergic to something. Their eyes are swollen, they sneeze and cough often, their skin is itchy, etc.
Lately that many people around me are sneezing and coughing like crazy. Even my friends who never had a history of allergies, have them this year. I don't know what caused such a sudden outburst of such high allergy records this year because it's driving everyone mad.
"Experts are calling this one of the worst allergy seasons on record, with people who never have had problems before reporting itching, coughing and sneezing."
"This year seems worse than usual," said Bernard Feigenbaum, an allergist at NYU Medical Center. "These new patients that said they never had allergies before are coming out of the woodwork."abc news source
About 20% of Americans suffer from allergies and approximately 14 million visit the doctor. This year they "spent around $6 billion treatment cost".
To know what you're allergic to, the most accurate way to find out is to test it on your skin. The best way to treat these allergies is taking medicine. "Spring allergy relief is within your reach -- on your local drugstore's shelves." www.webmd.com/allergies
Over the counter medications had easy access to. The well known ones are Claritin or Zyrtec that calms down your allergy symptoms. Nasal sprays and allergy eye drops can go right on the dot and treat it easily.
If your allergies don't impove, you can always go to the doctor and get some allergy shots.