Allergy Sufferers Cope With Extremely High Pollen Count
The middle of spring means pool weather, rainstorms, and... pollen. And this pollen season has been nothing to sneeze at.
We are in the middle of pollen season and thanks to the Oaks, Cedars--and flowers--right now North Central Florida has one of the highest pollen counts in the state.
Allergy Doctor M.K. Punja says he usually sees a lot of patients this time of year, but this year, there's been a huge increase...and it's all because of our cold winter.
"Everything starts blooming at one time, when there's a surge of pollen count when the temperature goes from 50s to 70s within two weeks, that's what's happening right now," says, Punja.
Dr. Punja also says if you suffer with allergies from pollen to avoid going outside in the morning; that's when the pollen count is the highest.
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