CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – It’s fall, and the blooms of summer have faded but some people are still suffering form allergies.
Ragweed is the biggest allergy trigger in the fall, it can last into October. About 75 percent of people allergic to spring plants also have reactions to ragweed. Even if it doesn’t grow where you live, ragweed pollen can travel hundreds of miles in the wind.
Going back to school can also bring allergies in kids because mold and dust mites are common in schools. Symptoms include runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, itchy eyes and nose, and dark circles under the eyes.
For those of you who suffer from ragweed allergies, you should start to feel some relief after the first frost.