Does the sniffling, sneezing and wheezing hit you as the leaves start to change? With the summer weather fading and cooler temperatures, many think their symptoms are related to a cold—not allergies. However, even as the summer fades, fall allergy triggers like ragweed and mugwort sage begin to release their pollen, causing allergy symptoms throughout September and October.
Do you know everything you need to know about fall allergies? Check out our fall allergy infographic to learn more.