Enduring Seasonal Allergies
Tis' the season...for getting sick. Many this time of year experience the cold or flu. Such symptoms couldn't come at a more inconvenient time for people.
As much as we hate getting sick, we may bring it on ourselves. How so?
A recent study by a New York based Medical University showed that Christmas Trees could be affecting our allergies. These allergy symptoms could be due to mold spores found on Christmas Trees.
Don't be alarmed, mold spores are naturally found on organic materials like a tree. When those spores are aggravated due to temperatures or moisture, said symptoms can take effect.
Here's what we should remember about this Christmas Tree Syndrome:
- If we don't have any sensitive allergies, we probably don't have to worry about it.
- If we do have said allergies, use an air purifier, get rid of the tree as soon as you're done with it, or even better get an artificial one.
Most importantly, stay healthy this holiday season.