As difficult as living with recurrent allergies already is, Fall allergies make it even less endurable given the increasing amount of weeds and falling leaves.
Of course, these allergies are made even worse since the improper accumulation of falling leaves, compost piles, grasses, grains, and whatnot can cause the perfect environment for mold to reproduce, making the experience of simply enjoying life almost unbearable for people with common allergies
This infographic displays some of the best and worst cities to live in for people with these types of allergies, which can help you make an informed decision next time you’re thinking about moving or traveling to one of these cities. It also offers 5 tips that are helpful to at least manage the type of allergens you’re exposed on a daily basis. For example, try staying indoors as much as possible and keep your home windows closed from late morning to midafternoon, as that’s when the pollen count is the highest. Washing away pollens you’ve accumulated on your body as soon as you’re back home and wearing a facemask while raking leaves can also be very helpful.
Come to think about it, if you suffer from allergies and you happen to have a rough time living in one of those cities, you should consider how feasible it is to move toward one of the cities with less intense allergy seasons. It could be a long shot, but you might be able to get a better quality of life without all that pollen and plant mold.