Much like spring, fall presents a variety of seasonal allergies that affect many of us. From tree pollens in April and May, grass pollens in June and July and mold spores and weed pollens in July and August, it adds up to five months of red, itchy, watery eyes, headache and sometimes fatigue.
For those who simply ignore the symptoms, they will eventually subside when fall moves closer to winter. However, there are plenty of ways you can keep your eyes happy as the seasons change.
Here are some simple steps to help:
These are only a few steps you can take to make your eyes more comfortable. Seek medical help from your eye care professional if symptoms persist or worsen. Sometimes allergy medication or an antihistamine may be necessary for relief.