Valentine’s Day is always an exciting time for couples and singles alike. It means going on dates and spending time with your significant other. But for some people with severe allergies, it could be a little difficult. Think: Everything from hives to swollen lips—or even something more serious like anaphylaxis, a potentially life-threatening reaction, could happen with just one misstep.
Climate change is one of the big problems the world is facing, and for allergy sufferers, it is making allergy season more miserable. A new study from the University of Maryland provides proof that the “onset of spring” is associated to an increase in season allergies in the U.S.
It is one of life’s queer misfortunes that when everyone else is running about to smell fresh cut grass, you go down with an allergy and avoid it at all cost. And when the season for pollination begins during the summer, it starts to dampen your condition as well because you are allergic to pollen.
A dark circle under the eye is usually a sign of exhaustion or a fight. However, this is also a symptom of allergies. Allergic shiners are also called allergic facies or periorbital venous congestion/periorbital hyperpigmentation. While the discoloration is harmless, having it or seeing it on someone can be very worrisome.