IS IT SEA­SONAL OR PEREN­NIAL?

Good Health (Australia) - - Be Informed -

Do your symp­toms mainly flare up in spring or sum­mer? You prob­a­bly have ‘sea­sonal’ al­ler­gic rhini­tis, which is usu­ally trig­gered by higher pollen counts dur­ing these sea­sons.

Do you have symp­toms all year round? You may be al­ler­gic to an­other al­ler­gen that com­monly causes ‘peren­nial’ al­ler­gic rhini­tis, such as dust mites, mould or an­i­mal hair.

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