Gentle breezes. Sunny days. The glory of spring and fall can often mean misery for the seasonal allergy sufferer. That's because dry, breezy weather is perfect for carrying airborne pollen everywhere, including your nose. The trick to help manage your allergies during these times is knowing how to identify, and avoid, peak pollen times so you can have a good time.
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As many seasonal allergy sufferers will attest, mornings can be bad. Between the hours of 5 a.m. to 10 a.m., plants are prolific pollen producers. Another possibly pollen laden time is right before dusk. Does that mean midday and afternoons are best? Usually. Will that stop you from going outside in the morning? Not necessarily.
On windy days, the key fact to remember is - pollen is very light and it rides the wind. So, when the wind whips up, the pollen counts are usually up, too.
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• Find answers to your questions about seasonal allergies - plus get valuable facts and tips
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