Living in a desert or beach climate can alleviate your allergies.
Allergy sufferers may think that moving to another climate can help alleviate their allergy symptoms. However, pollen can be found nearly everywhere in the country. Trees, grasses, and weeds produce pollen as the weather gets warmer.
In desert climates, the dry and breezy climate actually helps the allergens travel further with the wind.
Beaches generally have lower pollen counts. However, since grass and ragweed can be found nearby, their pollen is not uncommonly found at the beach.
The beach also does not give those with mold or dust allergies a break. Mold thrives in humid, damp conditions both at the beach and indoors near the coast. Likewise, dust loves warm temperatures and humidity.
Moving may decrease your symptoms initially, however there is a honeymoon period of two to five years. After that time, those that have predisposition to allergies can then develop allergies in their new environment.