Have you noticed a runny or stuffy nose lately? How about watery or itchy eyes?
You may think only spring time with its blooming trees and flowers is the cause of your allergies, and you'd be right. But, many of those same symptoms can show up in the fall and allergy sufferers will be miserable.
Ragweed is the most common cause of fall allergies. "Depending on where you live, ragweed-fueled fall allergies can start in August or September and continue through October and possibly November."
According to accuweather, many regions throughout the United States are taken over by ragweed and mold spores, even when most plants begin to abscise for the winter.
But you're not here for the weather report; (however unusually warm weather will extend the season for fall allergy sufferers in eastern US), you want to know more about your humidifier water panel:
When to replace it, how to replace it and why you need to change it today...
Because it can help you with your allergies.
And a whole lot more...