If you suffer from seasonal allergies, symptoms may start earlier, last longer and feel worse. Research shows that changes in climate have lengthened the pollen season by 20 days across North America. The extended length of pollen seasons is most pronounced in northern states because of greater increases in warming temperatures.
Pollen concentrations have risen by 21% resulting in more people affected and heightened symptoms. Trees produce heftier concentrations of pollen than grasses and weeds, so tree dense regions have experienced considerable growth in pollen allergens. Climate change is also contributing to overlapping cycles where tree, grass and weed pollen coincide increasing both the variety and amount of allergen in the environment.
Longer allergy seasons and worsened symptoms means safe allergy medicine is even more essential. Triple Allergy Defense is a trusted, all natural medicine, effective for the entire family.
Peak months for influenza in the U.S. will likely be January and February. Several warnings signs indicate that this flu season could be a rough one:
• Low levels of population immunity as a result of minimal flu activity last year. Experts assert that “much of the immunity that you get in a population comes from the people who had influenza the year before.” • Flu vaccine for this season does not match the dominant H3N2 strain which currently accounts for more than 90% of all flu cases across the country. • H3N2 strains characteristically cause more severe illness and more hospitalizations.
Itchy eyes, congestion, sneezing, runny nose, postnasal drip – all signs of ragweed allergies.Ragweed or hay fever season peaks in September and lasts as late as November depending on where you live. Ragweed is a major cause of seasonal allergies. It grows in all 49 states except Alaska, and has even made its way to Hawaii.
Difficult to avoid this widespread allergen, so what can you do?
• Ragweed levels peak in the morning so plan outdoor activities for later in the day. • Pollen sticks to hair, clothing and shoes so remember to clean or change when coming indoors. • Triple Allergy Defense contains homeopathic ragweed and delivers fast hay fever relief with NO drowsiness and NO side effects.
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Seasonal allergies can cost both time and money. A recent study found that nearly 50% of allergy sufferers missed work or school because of symptoms. Men were far more likely than women (57% versus 41%) to stay home due to allergy symptoms. (study by ValuePenguin/Qualtrics, April 2021)
Relief comes at a cost, which is often not covered by health insurance. The study reports that consumers spend $266 on average each year for allergy treatments. The good news is that over-the-counter (OTC) allergy medicine, including homeopathic, is an eligible expense for HSA and FSA accounts. Under the CARES Act, OTC medications are now classified as qualified medical expenses and eligible for reimbursement.
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As masks come off, and social activities and travel resume, a resurgence of common viruses has begun. In the past weeks, case counts of RSV (respiratory syncytial virus), which cause cold symptoms for most people but can be more serious in young children and older adults, are on the rise. Some clinics in Utah saw a ten-fold increase in cases since mid-May, which typically peak in winter months rather than now.
Exposure to everyday viruses can result in illness, but most often our immune defenses are just stimulated. A year and a half without these boosts to our adaptive immunity — the part of the immune system that utilizes memory of prior exposures to activate defenses — could mean many of us are more susceptible. Experts concur that “there’s just lower levels of adaptive immunity in the population for these common viruses at this time.” Young children and infants who now have had very limited exposure to common viruses due to age and sheltering are particularly vulnerable.
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Springtime is upon us with trees budding, flowers blooming and grasses emerging. Amongst this full array of new life, tree pollen is most prevalent and the number one cause of springtime allergies. Tree pollen season can commence as early as January in southern states and last through July in others.
The most common tree pollen allergens are: Alder, Ash, Aspen, Beech, Birch, Box Elder, Cedar, Cottonwood, Elm, Hickory, Mountain Elder, Mulberry, Oak, Olive, Pecan, Poplar, Willow.
Pollen from trees is smaller than other types of plants making it particularly problematic. These small, lightweight particles are effortlessly transported by the wind for miles spreading their impact across large areas. The minute size of tree pollen also allows it to easily find its way into sinuses, lungs and eyes, making it difficult to evade this widespread allergen.
Allergy season is in full swing in the southern states and ready to blossom further north as temperatures warm and daylight lengthens. As seasonal allergies converge with COVID viruses, symptoms can be difficult to distinguish.
Seasonal allergies and COVID have overlapping symptoms, such as cough, sneezing, headache, and even loss of taste or smell. One key difference is fever. Healthcare practitioners generally use fever as a sign of illness beyond allergies. Another indicator is effectiveness of allergy medication, which typically will alleviate symptoms from seasonal allergens. If it does not, time for further evaluation on the source of symptoms.
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The common cold is the number one reason for missed work and school for both adults and children. Colds can last 1-2 weeks and leave you feeling tired, miserable and unproductive. It can be tempting to use antibiotics in hopes of a speedy end to the misery.
However, 98% of common cold cases are caused by viruses so antibiotics rarely work nor help you feel better. Experts strongly advise against antibiotics for common colds to minimize overuse and to curtail the pervasiveness of drug-resistant super-bugs.
Safe options to recover quickly:
Get plenty of rest.
Drink fluids regularly, such as water, electrolyte solutions, apple juice, and warm soup.
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Social distancing, wearing masks and hand washing are proven measures to control the spread of Covid-19, along with other viruses such as the common cold and influenza. Australia experienced unusually low levels of influenza during its peak time. The northern hemisphere is also seeing a similar trend with minimal flu cases reported thus far this season.
Caution though is advised, experts warn that a late surge is possible as restrictions lessen and individual behavior changes with rising vaccine rates. Australia saw a surge in influenza cases in December, which is outside the southern hemisphere’s typical flu season. When people return to everyday life, viruses will have an abundance of new hosts with waning immunity, potentially setting up a sizable rebound in the U.S. and northern hemisphere.
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