- The main symptoms of seasonal allergies include constantly sneezing, runny nose, nasal congestion, swelling, a feeling of congestion in the ears, watery and reddened eyes. Especially characteristic of seasonal fever is the simultaneous manifestation of all the listed symptoms.
- Fatigue and lack of energy are also some of the signs of seasonal allergies. Usually, such symptoms are not paid attention to, attributing them to anything but allergies, while such a reaction of the body is extremely characteristic of seasonal fever. Try to analyze how you are feeling and trace where fatigue and powerlessness could come from. You may need to see a doctor.
- Migraines and insomnia can also be signs of seasonal allergies. These symptoms can especially torment those who are used to sleeping with an open window, which makes it easier for allergens to access your body.
- To find out if you have seasonal allergies or not, you need to analyze not only your current state of health, but also remember if you have had similar reactions in the past, repeated in cycles at the same time of the year.
- Mostly allergies begin to torment people - in the spring, sometimes in the summer. Among the most common reactions of the body to irritants (allergens) at this time of the year are runny nose, redness of the skin, rashes, watery and itchy eyes.
- It is also important to pay attention to the conditions under which allergic symptoms appear. Whether it happens outdoors or indoors, in spring and summer, or regardless of the season, has something changed in your environment recently, and so on. Seasonal allergies usually occur at the same time, traditionally with the onset of flowering plants - April and May, it recurs from year to year and is often disguised as a cold.
- Seasonal allergies can occur at any age, so if for the first time you feel a strange discomfort, manifested by nasal congestion, cuts in the eyes or scabies, do not rush to blame it on fatigue or a cold. Perhaps you are faced with an allergy for the first time in your life. In this case, it is best to see a doctor.
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