The first step in dealing with your allergy symptoms is to determine which allergens are triggers for you. Pollen and mold spores are common allergy triggers. The best way to cope is to minimize your exposure by staying inside during the peak periods — the early morning and on windy days when more pollen and mold is carried through the air. Before planning outdoor activities, check the pollen and mold forecast in your area.
Allergic asthma is the most common form of asthma. Steps you can take to reduce symptoms:
When the pollen count is high, keep these tips in mind to prevent outdoor allergies during peak season.
If you are concerned with breathing issues or have an increase in your asthma and allergy symptoms, contact your primary care provider or allergist for more information.