Allergies essentially fall into two different categories, indoor and outdoor. If you are able to recognize your own personal triggers, you may have a chance of avoiding some discomfort.
"You need to carefully find out what they are, the triggers, and somehow avoid coming into contact with them. You have to be aware that some of the so called common allergies signs might cause some serious health complications."
Outdoor allergies during spring are usually caused by pollen from trees and other plants. Symptoms may be coughing or sneezing. Some people who are allergic to pollen may also have asthma and rhinitis.
For some people suffering from outdoor allergies, changes in the weather can cause allergy symptoms to wax and wane. High humidity can intensify allergic reactions.
Symptoms of indoor allergies can be intensified if your home's ventilation is inadequate or if you live in an environment with high levels of pollution.