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What does it mean when you have a grass allergy?
Each year, plants (including grasses) release tiny pollen grains to fertilize other plants of the same species. Unfortunately for people with grass allergies, this pollen triggers allergic reactions. Symptoms of a grass pollen allergy include: Runny nose.
How many people have allergies?
Here’s a rundown of some of the most important allergy statistics — based on the best available data. Percentage of children who have allergies in the U.S.: 40%. More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year. Rank of allergies among other leading chronic diseases in the U.S.: 6th.
Can grass allergy cause thunderstorm asthma?
Grass allergy from pollen can cause hay fever and thunderstorm asthma, with symptoms that include: runny nose sneezing blocked nose itchy or red eyes throat irritation wheezing and chest tightness cough.
What are the most common grasses for allergies?
The most common types of grasses that cause allergies are: Bermuda. Johnson. Kentucky. Orchard. Rye. Sweet Vernal. Timothy.