Allergy Seasons in Omaha
Omaha’s environment is ideal for many different types of plants, which means that it has several very heavy allergy seasons.
The spring allergy season can start as early as February, with trees like cedar, maple, and elm. Tree allergy season peaks in March and April, but can extend through May and even into June.
Grasses typically start producing pollen in April or May, and extend through the summer.
Weeds can start producing allergens along with grasses, but many of the worst allergens begin in July and extend through the fall. Ragweed is a common source of Allergies, and it peaks around Labor Day.
Fungal spores can be high at any time during the warmer months, especially after a rainstorm.
In addition to allergens spreading in nature, there are many allergens in the home that might contribute to your snoring.
Dust and dust mites are among the most common allergens in the house, but there might also be fungal spores, and you might have an allergic reaction to some types of cleaning products.
Pet dander and cigarette smoke can also be common sources of allergies and airway irritation that lead to snoring.