For many people, spring sunny days are overshadowed by sneezing, coughing, red eyes and a runny nose. 40% of the adult population suffers from seasonal allergies, and the peak of exacerbations occurs precisely in the spring. A surge in the incidence is observed in late April and early May, at which time trees and shrubs begin to bloom.
Spring allergies can be triggered not only by pollen of plants, but also by poor nutrition, weakened immunity, and low stress resistance of the body.
How to recognize seasonal allergies
Allergy is a response of the body to irritating factors. When allergens enter the body, the main task of the immune system is to destroy antigens, and it begins to fight them intensely, as a result, the protein histamine is produced, which is the culprit of all the unpleasant symptoms of allergies. Continue reading