Spring brings a welcome change to the weather. But for many people, spring also brings sneezing and sniffling. Seasonal allergies can put a damper on outdoor activities. If the spring season is rainy, mold can make symptoms last all summer.
Allergy symptoms can include:
If you suffer from allergies, these tips can help:
Environmental allergens, like pollen, can also cause asthma symptoms. That’s why people living with asthma may be at greater risk during allergy season.
Warning signs of asthma include:
Asthma is often treated with medications and the use of a rescue inhaler. Watch the short video below to learn more about dealing with asthma triggers.
With allergies or asthma, talk to your primary care provider to find the best treatment options for you. You can also visit CCA’s new online health library of articles, videos, and self-management tools, and other information to learn more about managing and preventing spring allergies and asthma.