It is fall, so how come you are still sneezing? Fall allergy triggers can cause the same symptoms as spring allergies.
What can cause fall allergies?
The biggest allergy trigger is Ragweed. It starts to deliver pollen on warm days in August and can last into October. Even if it doesn’t grow where you live, pollen can travel hundreds of miles on the wind. Most people who are allergic to spring plants are also allergic to Ragweed.Dust mites are another fall trigger. Even though they are usually present during the summer months, they can get strung into the air the first time you turn on the heat. They can trigger sneezes and runny noses.
Fall allergy symptoms
Those symptoms are not different from any other seasonal allergy symptoms. They include itchy and runny nose, watery eyes, and sneezing.
What can help?
Stay indoors – keep the doors and windows closed from late morning to midday when the pollen is at its peak.
Check the pollen count – look up local allergy reports or download some app and see how it will affect you daily.
Keep the air clean – keep the air in your home clean. The thing that will help you with that is well maintained and clean HVAC system.
Check our cleaning packages, and enjoy the fall days.