Seasonal Allergy and Immune Responses

Seasonal allergies, that occurs in a particular season is more commonly known as “hay fever” or  seasonal allergic rhinitis, are allergy symptoms that happen during certain times of the year, generally when the outdoor molds release their spores, and grasses, weeds, and trees release tiny pollen particles into the air to fertilize other plants. The pollen released from the insect-pollinated plants is too heavy to remain airborne for a long period of time, and they’re less likely to trigger an allergic reaction.
Hay fever occurs by its name from the hay-cutting season. Generally, this activity occurred in the summer months, during the same time many people experienced symptoms. Seasonal allergies are less common during the winter, but few people experienced allergic rhinitis year-round. In the whole year seasonally plants release their characteristics pollens. Depending on the environment the allergy triggers and people may experience hay fever in more than one season. The immune system may also react to an indoor allergen such as pet dander or mold. 
  • Pollen allergy
  • Spring Allergy
  • Summer Allergy
  • Fall Allergy
  • Winter Allergy
  • Water Allergy
  • Allergy, immunity and heredity
  • Immune responses and allergy

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