Millions of people suffer from allergies every day. They can give a person trouble from childhood through adulthood, or they can be brought suddenly at any age. One in five Americans suffer from allergies and the problem seems to be increasing. Many researchers claim the increase is due to a combination of a climate and environmental change, and how the human being responds to both the climate and environment.
What Are The Common Types Of Allergies?
Most people experience an allergic reaction to weeds in the late summer or early fall, specifically to ragweed. There are 17 different species of ragweed and they can be found in nearly every region of the United States. Other common weed allergens include sagebrush, pigweed, and goosefoot pollen. Continue reading