Think that allergies aren't a problem during cold weather? Think again. Even though the plants outside aren't exactly green, and the fact that there isn't much pollen in the air, triggers still exist to make your nose congested and runny. From airborne mold to non-allergic triggers such as cold air, there are a number of non-pollen sources of wintertime nasal symptoms. In addition, cold weather can lead to hives, which is called cold urticaria. Learn more about how cold weather can worsen your allergies.
- Mold Allergies in Cold Weather
- Mountain Cedar Allergy - A Winter Pollinating Tree
- Hives in Cold Weather