Those that have pollen allergies other times of the year, may get a break in the cold weather. Other people who suffer from indoor allergies, may find winter quite frustrating. Kicking on the heater can blow allergens into the air such as dust, mold spores and insect parts. These allergens are breathed in and can create sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, coughing and dark circles under the eyes. If these symptoms last more than 10 days, you probably have allergies and not a cold. Read more about winter allergies here.
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