• When Summer Allergies Limit the Fun under the Sun

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    When Summer Allergies Limit the Fun under the SunWhat’s the best time to have fun within the day? Well, I’d say; all the time you could spend from sunrise to sundown! Summer is one of the most loved season in almost every part of the world, beaches are filled with people whose very intention is to burst with enjoyment and share it with friends that they are comfortable to hang out with, and even random people, when you hear the word summer, there are probably hundreds to things that would describe it in your mind, well, I would say “Camping” or any outdoor activity would best to describe the season.

    Aside from the sun, sand and fun, you can pretty much go around and travel through wherever you can think of, the best thing about summer is that the weather will always favor you no matter where you go, it means that –you can do a lot of things in a day, even during night time, the enjoyment extends. Seems like life is carefree during summer, you only care about having fun.

    But what are the odds behind the fun, the laughter, and the enjoinments during summer. The thing about this seasoned is that it sets you in the mood to be carefree –not to think much of the negative things that could happen, most accidents happened on the beach, but this are just a fraction of the danger that a person will encounter during summer. But what’s rather odd is the allergies that people get form being expose to a different elements in the surroundings during summer days

    While your friends enjoy the nice summer weather! Traditionally, people allergic to grass pollen are advised to be aware of high pollen concentrations during the day, and to reduce their outdoor activities during this period.

    A new study led by researchers from Aarhus University shows that it is considerably more complicated to avoid grass pollen. Based on a three-year study with intensive measurements at three different locations in Aarhus, they divide the grass pollen season into three periods, as shown in the graph below: a twin peak profile during the early season, a single evening profile in the middle season and a single midday profile during the late season.

    How should people react to these complicated patterns? Dr. Robert Peel, Aarhus University, explains:

    “People should avoid being outdoors during the peak hours in periods one and two, especially between 16 and 20. Later in the summer, allergy sufferers should avoid being outdoors in …

    Having fun doesn’t mean being carefree from a possible scenario that could put your lives in danger, you can’t be too careless these days, if there are plants out there that are potential risk, then we should know about them and avoid them as much as we can.

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