Pollen Report – June 25, 2013

 In Pollen Reports



Today’s pollen report for Colorado Springs:

Trees – High


Grass – Low


Weeds – Low



Allergy Tip of the Day:


Summer Allergy Tips

Allergies can spoil summer fun and vacations, but they can be prevented. Here are a few tips for living with summer allergies and reducing the misery from pollen allergies when you travel:

–          Hay fever sufferers may do better at the shore, since the wind often blows in from the sea. Or one can head for the mountains, where pollen counts tend to be lower.

–          When you know where you will be traveling, find out which plants will be pollinating. For example, Hawaii has grass pollination year round.

–          Southern states typically have the longest pollination period. Grasses pollinate 10-11 months of the year.

–          Trees pollinate early, but have limited seasons. For example, Elm trees pollinate for 2-3 weeks. The exception to this is a milder winter, which can cause pollination to peak higher and last longer.

–          If traveling by car, close the windows and use the air conditioner.

–          Plan ahead and fill allergy and asthma prescriptions before leaving home.



Provided by Asthma and Allergy Associates P.C. Dr Robert NathanDr. Daniel Soteres and Dr. Luke Webb

For more information on asthma or allergies in Colorado Springs or Pueblo, contact Asthma & Allergy Associates, P.C. at (719) 473-0872 today or visit our website!!!

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