This post was authored by Dr. Neeta Ogden, an allergist and immunologist in Edison, New Jersey.
Spring is in the air. Unfortunately, so is pollen, which for many people can trigger spring allergy symptoms. In fact, up to 60 million Americans suffer from seasonal and year-round hay fever and other upper respiratory allergies. I see a lot of them in my office this time of year.
This statistic is especially concerning when you think about the fact that spring allergy symptoms can lead to a major disruption in quality of life, interfering with everything from sleep to outdoor activities. It’s important for allergy sufferers to manage these symptoms, so they can feel their best and enjoy the spring season.
That’s why I’m excited to be teaming up with Allegra® Allergy to share some of my top spring allergy facts and management tips. I hope you will check them out below and that you find them to be a helpful tool during spring allergy season.
The Scoop on Spring Allergies
Spring Allergy Management Tips
Disclosure: Dr. Ogden is a spokesperson who has been compensated for her time.