Depending on the allergy, symptoms can include watery eyes, general itchiness, cold-like symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing, coughing and shortness of breath. Some people get a tickle in their throat that won’t go away, while others still suffer from hives, fatigue, headaches and exhaustion.
An afternoon in the garden, a picnic on the countryside or a short walk by the water can become an ordeal when you suffer from outdoor allergies. For some, even staying indoors provides little relief once symptoms have been triggered. Open windows, even for short periods of time each day, are enough to set off an attack that will last the whole day through. To control the wild from taking over indoors, count on a highly-efficient air purifier from aeris by iRobot.