According to reliable sources, about 20 percent of people suffer from allergies or asthma. This means that out of a household of five people, at least one is statistically likely to experience common allergy symptoms this spring. These signs can include difficulty breathing, coughing, sneezing, wheezing, watery eyes, sore throat, malaise, itchy throat and rashes.
If you don’t have spring allergies (or have never developed them), consider yourself a lucky person! Plenty of people in the central Pennsylvania area suffer each spring from a wide variety of allergies, most related to one (or a combination) of the following triggers: Ragweed Tree Pollens (e.g., elm, hazelnut, maple, poplar, hackberry, red cedar)