Today in my area, the high for pollen is 49 percent. This means that everyone around my area allergic to pollen will endure coughing, sneezing, watery eyes and so on. Some type of allergic reaction will occur in many homes, thus these people need to consider what they can do to find allergy relief while controlling pollen.
How to control pollen:
You can eliminate airborne irritants in the air. Place allergy-based pillow coverings over your bed pillows and then add your case. Commonly people endure hay fever, which is a seasonal reversible condition when pollen count is high. One of the common accounts of attacks stem from Rhinitis.
Rhinitis, like hay fever causes a person irritation, such as sneezing, coughing, itchy and watery eyes, dry throat, dry mouth and nose, and so on. The nose will often run and feel stuffy in many instances.
Rhinitis and hay fever can cause headaches, wheezing, and irritation. The condition can start insomnia, depression and weigh loss.
How can I can control pollen?
In the air, outdoor pollen circulates. We have no control over pollen in natural air, yet we do have control of pollen in our homes. We can add a high-efficient air filter to our bedroom and other areas around the home to control pollen.
How pollen develops:
Pollen often causes seasonal allergies, which ordinarily is named Rhinitis. Pollen comes from weed, grass, trees and plants. The “male genetic” materials produce pollen from these natural resources. Units that hold male genetics are known as grain and have two surrounding walls to protect the grain. The intine is the deepest region of the grain that has thinning, delicate components.
The eternal walls are the exine, which has a high-tolerance to damage and is often thick. Pollination occurs when “pollen grains” are transferred. The plants transfer pollen grains from anthers and to male counterparts or organs. The male then transfers to stigma, which are the female counterparts.
After transferring is completed, fertilization begins. The pollen must go airborne to cause allergy reactions.
Pollen makes up cereals, grains, weeds, grass and so on. The pollen produces from these natural elements in nature. Cereal pollen usually causes less reactions than weeds. Since weeds typically release higher volumes of pollens into the air, it causes episodes of allergic reactions for people in all areas of the world. Pollen typically causes Rhinitis.
The common weeds that affect people causing allergy attacks include ragweed, buckhorn plantain, redroot pigweed, nettle, Western water hemps, sheep sorrel, thistle, lamp quarter and the burning bushes.
What areas pollen usually attacks include Northern America and the Western Hemispheres.
The time pollen hits your area:
During early spring pollen usually hits around February and up to March. Pollen hits late spring around April and throughout June and July. During summer months pollen hits around June and carries on to August.
Ragweed grows in fall. Some areas are isolated from pollen during winter months, yet in some areas such as South parts of California, Florida and Texas, ragweed will grow in the wintry months.
Do all pollens cause allergies?
In most instances, people are allergic to one type of pollen or the other, yet other pollen allergies can develop.
As you can see pollen is an outdoor, irritant that affects millions of people around the world. To control pollen you should learn what areas produce higher-volumes of pollination and in what months. During this time, you want to stay free of the outdoor areas where pollen circulates into the air.
If you live in Northern parts of America, during pollen season avoid outdoor areas where ragweed or similar weeds grow.