Relief in Sight for Seasonal Allergy Sufferers
Unpredictable and abnormal weather conditions can catch allergy sufferers off guard. Due to an unusually wet winter and spring in many parts of the country, we could see greater pollen counts from trees and grass in the late spring and early summer.
“Allergy sufferers could be in for a rough spring and summer,” says Pamela A. Georgeson, DO, a board-certified osteopathic allergist and immunologist at the Kenwood Allergy and Asthma Center in Chesterfield Township, Mich. “Anyone with seasonal allergies, especially those whose allergies are triggered by pollen, should start preparing now.”
Dr. Georgeson is available to discuss tips for preparing for allergy season, such as showering at night and washing linens frequently. To schedule an interview, contact email@example.com.