How to Plan Your Day with Pollen Reports – For Summer Allergy Sufferers
Stay Safe from Allergies by Consulting Pollen Reports
When it comes to enjoying the outdoors and feeling carefree, no one wants allergies to control their life. That’s why it’s important for people with summertime allergies to be prepared for what’s out there. Pollen reports and daily life go hand in hand. Here’s what to look for as an allergy sufferer who wants to be ready for whatever the allergy season in Colorado brings.
Each day, the amount of pollen varies based on where a person is and what’s going on with the weather. Most days, the pollen counts rise during the morning and reach their highest concentrations around the middle of the day. After that, they fall as the day wears on. That means pollen is at its lowest before dawn.
Of course, this is not always the case. If there’s a considerably high amount of pollen on a specific day, the later hours of the day could still be tough to combat with someone who suffers from allergies.
Depending on the day, pollen reports can say a lot about when someone should be out and what precautions they should take before leaving home. The effect that pollen has on an individual can be ameliorated or worsened with the particular type of weather and the environmental factors around them.
For example, wind can raise the pollen count and worsen allergy symptoms. However, rain can lower the pollen count at any time of the day. Whether an allergy sufferer is located in the suburbs or urban area, location matters. City areas tend to have pollen counts that rise later in the morning hours and fall later in the evening hours. This is different than from the suburbs. Pollen reports can vary depending on the zip code.
Although living with pollen allergies can be difficult sometimes, it doesn’t have to be impossible. It’s important to keep car windows up while traveling on the road. Avoid going out from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. If an allergy sufferer needs to go out during these times, it’s important to shower directly afterward. If someone living with pollen allergies cuts the grass in their yard, it’s a good idea for them to wear a mask.
When someone knows what to look for and what to expect, they can plan their day without worrying about the surprise effects that happen due to allergies. Like we mentioned earlier, pollen reports and daily life go hand in hand. The reports can be used to create a plan that protects from the worst pollen situations.
Check out the latest pollen counts updated daily on our website at https://aacos.com/2014/06/12/pollen-report-june-12-2014/. And on Facebook too!