Almost everyone has some sort of allergy that makes the different seasons seem unbearable. Most people have a hard time controlling their allergies in the fall and spring seasons because of all the pollens that are in the air. In the winter, you make have a hard time controlling your allergies if you have mold or dust allergies. In the winter the temperatures start to decline and the moisture factor goes up. This is when molds and dust seem to collect or grow frequently.

Some people can have an everyday allergy like cat or dog allergies. When they come in contact with a cat or dog, they begin to itch and sneeze or cough. It affects the person's skin and breathing. Some people will find just being around a cat or dog owner, that their skin will break out or they have difficult time breathing.

Another everyday allergy is a food allergy. Food allergies can be highly deadly to a person. Most people who have a food allergy cannot tolerate nuts, milk, wheat products, and certain fruits like strawberries. They contain something that will make the person have an allergic reaction. To know what an allergic reaction to food is when your throat suddenly closes and you begin to get hives. It is extremely important that you steer away from these foods because an attack can be deadly. If a person does not get their medicine or antidote within a couple minutes, they can in fact suffocate. It is important to not give a small child certain foods until a doctor suggests it. Items like strawberries can be very harmful to a small child if they were to have an allergic reaction.

If you think that you are having an allergy attack, it is possible to go the doctor's and find out what triggered the reaction. This will help you to avoid other attacks. Once you know, you may need to have medication just in case you accidentally intake the object. As for air allergens, you can take a small pill in the mornings and your allergies will not bother you while you do your daily activities.

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