Come March and blooming trees, picnics in the park, pastel colored fields can be as mesmerizing as an Impressionist painting or terrifying sources of allergy symptoms like puffy eyes, sneezing and sleepless nights.
February is the time of the year when we focus on love and the art of romance, and the 14th is the celebration bearing happy sentiments like children on sugar rush, adolescents waiting for a rose and maybe the first kiss. Now stop for a second, rewind and re-read all the above with the mindset of a person with food allergies: truth is, it all crashes screeching.
Raise your hand if you haven’t done your new year’s resolution list. Health, a new job, a child, a trip to Iceland, and sure enough there will be exercise. Statistics say that January is gym’s highest season, and we believe it: who doesn’t feel the guilt of indulging in pies, turkeys and cookies during the holidays? We can eat that extra cookie or join friends and family over a hot chocolate with whipped cream as long as we know when to stop and go back to healthy lifestyle.
‘Tis the season when we start longing for family reunions. Holiday celebrations often involve joyous gatherings around decorated tables and convivial parties. And, because we don’t want to ruin the party, we have compiled a short memorandum for all of you suffering from allergy and asthma to avoid emergency trips.