Spring allergies are nothing to sneeze at

Rachel Schoutsen
·1 min read
Spring allergies are nothing to sneeze at
Spring allergies are nothing to sneeze at

The snow has melted, temperatures are milder, birds are chirping, and daylight hours are longer — all visible signs of spring. But for allergy sufferers, it also means itchy, watery eyes, non-stop sneezing, and noses either congested or running so much that an industrial-sized box of tissues a day won’t cut it.

Seasonal allergies strike at different times of the year, depending on which allergens trigger a reaction. During springtime, pollen, dust and mould are among the top culprits.

In the video above, reporter Rachel Schoutsen finds out how weather plays a role in seasonal allergies and gets expert tips on how to reduce your symptoms.

Visit our Complete Guide to Spring 2021 for an in-depth look at the Spring Forecast, tips to plan for it and much more!

Contains files from Denette Wilford