Spring is known for its allergies. But they persist to continue in summer also added with the heat of the sun, humidity, and air pollution of summer.
Reasons for summer allergies
The allergies of spring continue in summer also. The main trigger of summer allergy is as usual pollen. Tiny grains released into the air by trees, grasses, and weeds. When people happen to inhale air with pollen they get nose irritation and catch cold of flu. The pollens are misunderstood by the body immune system as foreign invaders. The body immune system, by mistake, releases antibodies, substances that normally recognize bacteria, viruses, and other disease-causing organisms. They attack the allergens leads to the release of chemicals called histamines. Histamines cause runny nose, itchy eyes, and other symptoms summer allergy.
1) Pollens the dangerous allergy agents
Allergy pollen can travel for quite a long distance, causing allergy to the easy victims. If the pollen count is higher the risk of allergy becomes greater. The pollen count can be known through the weather forecast. Trees start pollinating by late spring and spread pollens everywhere. Grasses and weeds such as ragweed also grow in the spring and become the biggest contributors to summer allergies.
2) Ozone causes pollution in the air
Another common pollution is caused in the air by ozone. Ozone is created in the atmosphere by a combination of sunlight, nitrogen oxide, and hydrocarbons that comes out from burning fuel. Stronger sunlight and calmer winds during the summer months can easily create clouds of ozone in the atmosphere, especially in and around busy cities. This ozone and other pollutants trigger allergies and worsen symptoms of diseases such as asthma.
3) Insects and other creatures
Insects and other creatures can cause allergic reactions in some people. Summer is the season for their active movement and they carry allergens….