During certain seasons, some of us may get allergic to the climate changes, including dry/dusty weather and spring time. Most of allergy symptoms are similar to the common cold and flu symptoms developed by infection. There is a difference between seasonal allergy symptoms and flu infections, even in the cases when both require medication, which is the degree of severity and which group of symptoms occur together.
In common, flu infections, runny nose, sore throat, coughing, high temperature, fatigue and headache are the most obvious ones characterizing flu. These symptoms may define a severe pollen allergy or asthma as well. However, the typical seasonal allergy symptoms are runny nose, nasal congestion, itchy eyes, watery eyes, itchy nose; where in case of asthma, shortness of breathing, wheezing and coughing will occur with the above symptoms.
These are the primary allergy symptoms occurring for most patients, but the cases may develop to discomfort, insomnia, difficulty in thinking or making decisions, and fatigue due to lack of sleeping. The severe seasonal allergy symptoms may prevent you from doing your daily activities, work or care of your kids and it could be recommended to rest for more times until the season is gone.