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It’s Almost Allergena Season! You Need Allergena

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Spring will be here in just a little under a month. For most people, this means looking forward to the end of things like having to layer to leave the house or wear clunky snow boots. For some of us, however, it means all we have to look forward to is sneezing, sniffling and runny noses. Because of the pesky pollen and mold spores that are in the air, spring just isn’t as enjoyable for those of us who suffer from seasonal allergies. However, if you worried about how you are going to fare next season, there is no need to fret. Allergena can help you to get rid of those symptoms that you are so sick of. But before we tell you how we can assist, let’s discuss the most common seasonal allergies people suffer from during the spring.

Tree Pollen

During the spring, trees and flowers begin to bud. When this happens, you can be sure that small pollen cells are often released from the plant of origin and carried through the air by that cool spring breeze we all love so much. When it comes to the type of trees that release pollen that causes a number of spring allergy symptoms, there are some that tend to cause more allergic reactions than others. The trees that people are most commonly allergic to are: oak, western red cedar, sycamore, maple, elm, birch, ash, cypress, walnut, hickory and poplar.

All of the aforementioned trees tend to release their pollen at the same time each year. Even if you are only mildly allergic to any of these, once their pollen is in the air, you will begin to experience sneezing, itching eyes, congestion and more allergy symptoms.

While some people look forward to rainy or cloudy days because there is no wind to make the pollen airborne, your only good days shouldn’t be the gloomy ones. This is where Allergena comes in. But for now, let’s talk a bit more about common seasonal allergies.

Mold

Mold spores are also a very common seasonal allergy that causes a number of symptoms. Mold spores work in a very similar way to pollen in that mold like mildew or yeast will release seeds called spores. These spores are also carried by the wind. People who have mild allergies tend to have worse symptoms that also last longer, sometimes all the way until the end of autumn. Some of the most common molds people are allergic to are Alternaria, Cladosporium and Hormodendrum. You can also have mold inside your home which is sure to manifest severe allergy symptoms. These molds are most commonly Aspergillus and Penicillium. The most common symptoms for mold allergies are congestion, sneezing, watery and itchy eyes, as well as runny nose.

Finding Relief From Seasonal Allergies

First of all, you should make sure that all of your windows and doors are closed during allergy season. If you have an air conditioner, be sure to clean it or replace it with a new one. You should also wash your clothes and your body any time you have been exposed to pollen or mold spores, to prevent yourself from experiencing severe allergy symptoms.

Most importantly, you should invest in Allergena’s seasonal liquid formulas. This product is made specifically to help treat allergy symptoms for the specific geographic region in which you live. That’s right, out allergy relief formulas are made to fight the specific allergens that are present in the air where you live. If you are interested in learning more about this amazing product, start shopping online today. We have the allergy relief you want.