Everyone is different and everyone can have different immune reactions in response to allergens in the air. Symptoms can vary among everyone. Some may experience itchy eyes or noses, sneezing or cold symptoms, and some of these symptoms may only occur during certain times of the year. Unfortunately, some may have more severe symptoms that may result in them having a difficult time concentrating or functioning due to the seriousness of these symptoms. Thankfully, there are many options that can help patients get their symptoms under control and sometimes even cure their allergies!
The most common triggers for allergies in Arizona include certain tree pollens (olive, ash, and mulberry), molds (which grows outdoors in grass and around or on other vegetation, weed pollens (such as sagebrush, ragweed, creosote, and others), and grass pollen. Other common triggers for indoor allergens may include cats and dogs and other pets in your home.