Many people are allergic to Bermuda grass pollens that comes from grasses. It can bring discomforts such as runny or stuffy nose, itchy eyes, cough, and much more. Bermuda grass doesn’t have to be in your front yard for you to be affected by Bermuda grass allergies. Bermuda grass pollens can travel for miles when it’s windy outside and the common person would not be able to recognize the pollen in the air because of its microscopic size.

Bermuda grass allergies can become worse dependent on the weather. Furthermore, Bermuda grass pollen symptoms can also become worse if you are eating foods with similar proteins as Bermuda grass. Another consideration is how often you are cutting your lawn. Taller grass tends to increase the chances of having an allergic reaction to grass pollen.

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