Why are allergies severe in winter?

May 10, 2022
Dry air aggravates severe allergic reactions. While the heat is on throughout winter, indoor air dries out your skin and nasal membranes. Inflammation or cracking occurs. The danger of secondary infection is increased by cracked skin or nosebleeds, which are more common in the dry winter air. While these indoor allergens are present all year, allergies may exacerbate in the winter due to being cooped up inside with the windows shut. Winter allergies are frequently caused by indoor allergen exposure. As people spend more time inside, especially in poorly ventilated surroundings, they may be exposed to more allergens, resulting in winter allergiesSalt Therapy for Allergies at Saltworld is an excellent location to start leading a healthy lifestyle.