Spring has sprung, and for many now is the time to celebrate being outdoors as we welcome the new warmer season. However with Spring comes the increased output of pollen from trees, grass, and weeds and the spectre of allergic rhinitis (hay fever).
Allergies are increasing in Australia and affect around 1 in 5 people
Allergy occurs when a person reacts to substances in the environment that are harmless to most people. These substances are known as allergens and are found in dust mites, pets, pollen, insects, tickets, moulds, foods and sometimes medications.
There’s no cure but you can take steps to curb springtime allergies, with the biggest spring allergy trigger being pollen. Read More