Types of indoor and outdoor allergies include sinus swelling, seasonal and returning allergies, hay fever and nasal allergies. Many people with allergies often have more than one type of allergy.
The most common indoor/outdoor allergy triggers are: tree, grass and weed pollen, mold spores, dust mites, cockroaches, and cat, dog and rodent dander.
Here are some interesting facts on both indoor and outdoor allergies.
- Immunotherapy (allergy shots) helps reduce hay fever symptoms in about 85% of people with allergic rhinitis.
- Allergic rhinitis affects 6.1 million of the children population and 20 million of the adult population.
- In 2015, white children were more likely to have hay fever than African-American children.
- The same triggers for indoor/outdoor allergies also often cause eye allergies.