How Fall Allergies Can Affect Your Eyes

It might sound pretty unbelievable, but over 35 million people suffer from seasonal allergies in the US, with the majority of those issues being reported in the spring and again in the fall. Plantlife is often the main cause for all this suffering; all that blooming bothers us in the spring, and the die-offs and flowering of totally different vegetation will affect us in the fall.

Here are some ways that your allergies will affect your eyes, as well as some ways to prevent some of your suffering:

Common Causes

Uncomfortable Symptoms

Prevention Tips

If you are suffering from seasonal allergies, we are here to help. Call Classic Vision Care today!

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