Harvard Women's Health Watch
How can I reduce symptoms from my winter allergies?
Ask the doctors Q. I have terrible allergies every winter. What can I do to make them more tolerable this year? A. Unlike fall or spring allergies, which are often responses to outdoor allergens, such as pollen or ragweed, most winter allergies are triggered by substances inside your home. Common indoor allergens include dust mites, mold, and pet dander, and they can prompt a host of symptoms, from a runny nose and sneezing