Allergies this past August were at a record high. A rainy summer meant high pollen counts, and unfortunately, global warming means allergies are likely to last longer than ever.
Those who suffer from fall allergies can thank ragweed almost exclusively. Although the season usually runs from early to mid August until the early October, the end date is actually determined by the first frost. As global temperatures rise, the first frost isn't expected until a few weeks after its usual arrival. Allergy season continues until the frost comes.
People with severe allergies should always check the pollen count and stay indoors on days that it's particularly high. When indoors, you can protect yourself with a top-of-the-line air filtration system like those available from FreshAirPro.
For the worst allergies, consider a whole-house purifier such as The IQAir Perfect 16 (3-ton). It's one of the best filtration systems available to remove all sorts of allergies from pet dander, mold spores, dust and pollen. Make your home a safe place with a whole-house air purification system.