Fall pollens are long gone and temperatures have cooled, but winter can present its own allergy triggers – many of them found inside where we tend to spend more time during the chilly months. Here are the most common winter allergy triggers.
- pet dander
- dust mites
Scented items such as candles and air fresheners can stir up allergy symptoms. So, too, can pollens, molds, and dust that accumulate on Christmas trees (both real and artificial).