Will moving alleviate my seasonal allergies?

Moving will not alleviate seasonal allergies. People who are allergic to pollen are often sensitive to other substances. Moving may relieve symptoms of one allergy, only to stimulate a reaction to another allergen, so moving is generally not recommended.

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