The spring pollen season has arrived.  Pollen levels are still low, but are rapidly increasing.  Because of this, people with tree pollen allergy are likely to start noticing sneezing, stuffy nose, itchy/watery eyes, post-nasal drip.  People with allergic asthma may notice an increase in symptoms as well.  From now through the middle of June, there will plenty of tree pollen to contend with.  As we get further in to spring, grass pollens will start to pick up.  For our region in the Intermountain west, this usually begins in April.

If you are now noticing even a little increase in allergy symptoms, now is the time to get them taken care of.  Otherwise, it is likely your allergies will only worsen as we head in to spring.  Please feel free to call us at Wasatch Allergy and Asthma to schedule an appointment or with questions regarding spring allergies.