Allergy and Asthma Consultants, Inc has cared for the needs of its patients for over 27 years. We are dedicated to diagnosing and treating allergy, asthma, and related immunologic disorders in adults and children. Our staff of highly trained professionals is here to help you manage and control your allergy and asthma symptoms.
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If you have pollen allergies, you may get a break when the weather gets cold. But if you have indoor allergies -- such as mold and dust mites -- spending more time indoors during the winter months may affect your allergy symptoms.
What causes winter allergies?
When it gets cold and your furnace kicks on, it sends dust, mold spores, and insect parts into the air. They can get into your nose and can trigger a reaction.
Some common indoor allergy triggers are:
What are the symptoms of winter allergies?
Allergy symptoms caused by dust, pollen, or mold include:
How can you tell whether your symptoms are from a cold or flu or allergies? A cold usually doesn't last for more than 10 days. Allergies can linger for weeks or even months. Also, colds and flu sometimes have a fever and aches and pains -- symptoms that don't usually come with allergies.
What are the treatments for winter allergies?
Treatments for winter allergies include:
How can I prevent winter allergies?
Here are tips for controlling your allergy symptoms:
Here are tips to make the holidays easier if you have winter allergies: