If you’re an allergy sufferer, you already know this allergy season is in full swing. Many experts predicted this season would be one of the worst, but would patients of chiropractic agree?More on this in a minute.
May and June = Trees and Grass Pollens
These two months are tough for those who suffer from tree and grass pollens. These two, along with weed pollen and mold spores, are the four most common triggers. And this isn’t just affecting a few people. Over 17 million adults were diagnosed in 2014—and nearly 7 million children. (Can you picture a sweet little two-year-old with itchy, watery eyes and an incessant sneeze? Don’t do it. You’ll just be sad.) And to top it all off, the 2015 season is supposed to be longer than usual.