There are so many traditions, such a potent sense of serenity, and a wonderful combination of nostalgia and anticipation associated with the seasonal transition from summer to fall, that many people consider it to be their favorite time of year. What’s not to like about it? The weather settles into comfortably cool temperatures. A new school year and a new football season begin. Harvest festivals and Halloween parties fill our social calendars and the world seems to collectively relax a bit.
But, for people who suffer from seasonal allergies, life isn’t quite so serene. For those with fall allergies, autumn is just another three-month stretch of allergy meds combined with an overall desire to avoid the outside beauty everyone else enjoys so much. However, there are a few things – like upgrading your furnace filter or bringing in a professional carpet cleaner or getting a professional tile and grout cleaning – that can be done to minimize exposure to seasonal allergens and keep fall allergy symptoms manageable. Check out our infographic below for a few tips.