Is pollen the start of your allergy cycle?

October 17, 2018

Is pollen the start of your allergy cycle?

It is now mid-October, halfway through spring.  The Bureau of Meteorology says we had a cool September with average rainfall. Winter in Sydney was drier than average.

What does this all mean when it comes to allergies and pollen?

Seasons change and provide the environment for mould to grow. When there is rain, mould grows and eventuality produce spores that travel through air, helped by winds, and land in a new place to start the cycle again.

Spores travel through the air on their own or by attaching to other airborne matter such as dust and pollen. Pollen is common and can be produced by many types of flowering plants. How prolific the pollen depends on the season leading up to flowering.

When people say they are allergic to pollen, or that they have hayfever, they may want to consider that they are actually allergic to mould. You can ask your GP for specific tests to test for mould allergies.

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If you need help to decide the right actions to take, contact us by phone or email (form below) and we will get back to you quickly.

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