Are You Allergic to Christmas Trees?

If you find yourself sneezing and sniffing more often than usual, you might be experiencing Christmas tree syndrome.

Here’s how Christmas trees trigger allergy symptoms...

This way to an allergy free Chistmas

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When brought indoors, these fresh trees release residual pollen particles into the air.


When you bring the real tree into a house with warm lights and central heating, the spores flourish and multiply at a  significantly faster rate.


The scent of Christmas trees owes its charm to this aromatic chemicals but some people experience allergic reactions to the smell.

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Tips for an Allergy-Friendly Holiday Season

Properly inspect and clean live trees before bringing them indoors.

 Use a tree skirt to catch falling dead needles and dust.

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