Spring is here and has brought about the usual season allergies. Specialists announced that the 2015 allergy season is likely to be more severe than the previous one but it will also be much shorter. As such, this year, individuals who are hypersensitive ought to get ready for the thorny eyes, runny nose and sniffling.
When plants start to bloom, pollen is released into the air, influencing a large number of individuals. The most frequent seasonal hypersensitivity is rhinitis or hay fever, which is brought about by pollen from grasses, trees and weed. Around 35 million Americans experience hay fever annually.