Despite how you may feel, you're not the only one suffering from the runny or stuffy nose and dry, red eyes of nasal allergies. At least 25% to 30% of the US population has allergic rhinitis, and the number is rising. Recent studies in the US and Europe suggest that as many as 1 out of every 4 people may suffer from seasonal and year-round nasal allergies. That makes it the most common chronic respiratory illness.
As if suffering from an allergy isn't bad enough, many people plagued by allergies also have to sort out lots of conflicting evidence and erroneous advice. To set the record straight, here are some of the most common myths about allergies.
Allergies are seasonal and are usually caused by an allergy trigger that is associated with the season. To best avoid an allergy find out what seasonal allergy triggers you can watch for to be allergy free.