Ragweed Pollen Concentration Falling With Cooler Temps
At the beginning of the week, the concentration of ragweed pollen was very high on a national average, but due to the cooling effect on Tuesday and Wednesday, the pollen concentration may decrease, and allergy symptoms may ease, according to the latest pollen report of the National Center for Public Health and Medicines (NNGYK), writes profitline.hu.
Those sensitive to ragweed may experience moderate to severe symptoms, such as itching of the nasal and oral mucosa, runny nose, sneezing, and itchy eyes, which may increase due to the rise in pollen concentration.
It is important for people with allergies to ragweed to take the right medicines and, if necessary, see a specialist, the NNGYK says.
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