Whether you know it or not, your child is probably going through allergy season. We commonly refer to seasonal allergic rhinitis or “hay fever” as symptoms of seasonal allergies where allergy symptoms are most likely to flare up at certain times of the year when trees, grasses, and weeds release small pollen particles into the air to fertilize other plants.
Allergies can make your little one miserable, but that doesn’t mean you can’t improve it. You can help them avoid things that trigger their symptoms and learn about medicines that fight allergies. If you’ve never experienced it before, this might be the time of year when you start noticing red noses, watery eyes, sniffles, and itchy noses all over the place.
Allergy season can be a challenging time for parents and their kids. But with some planning and a little help from family members and friends who have allergies, you can successfully tackle the challenges of keeping your child healthy during this time of year.