For many people, summer is a time for backyard BBQs, beach vacations, and outdoor activities. But if you start sniffling in the summer, you’re not alone. Summer allergy season is almost upon us, too. And if you have seasonal allergies in the summer, the season can be miserable unless you take the right steps to fight back against your allergies. What can you do? Find out now in this blog from Premier Allergy & Asthma.
Unlike spring allergies, which are mostly caused by tree pollen, summer allergies are usually caused by grass pollen. In Central Ohio, grass pollen levels are usually the highest from the middle of May to late June. Ragweed can also be a culprit. Ragweed levels peak in the early autumn, but ragweed can begin blooming as early as late July and August.