For anyone who deals with allergies, the symptoms can be relentless as the seasons change.
Allergist Dr. James Tarbox said the symptoms come in cycles. We are currently in the midst of tree pollen season; March through May. That will be followed by grass allergies in the summer. Then, pollen from weeds in the fall and dust mites in the winter.
He said most people will see relief from over the counter medications. However, if symptoms start to get in the way of everyday life, it may be time to see a doctor.
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