Seasonal Outdoor Allergies

Grass and flowers in spring that can trigger seasonal allergies.

The main and most common triggers for seasonal allergies are pollen and mold that crop up at different times of the year.  Whenever spring weather hits here in the Bluegrass and the trees start pollinating, this is a prime time to experience symptoms of your seasonal allergy including: itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, runny nose and coughing.  Pollen counts tend to surge in the morning, on warm, windy days, and after a rainfall. 

At Bluegrass Allergy Care we can help you develop a treatment plan so that you can be ready when seasons change. Call us today to schedule an appointment.