Every state has allergens that cause people to feel the impact of seasonal allergies. However, these states are ranked as the worst states to live in for allergy sufferers based on pollen levels, amount of the population on allergy medications and the number of ENT doctors in the area. Texas may not be on the list, but it does border Louisiana, which ranks as the worst state for allergy sufferers.
If you suffer from seasonal allergies in the Dall-Fort Worth area request a consultation with ENT Specialists, Dr. Marc Dean by calling 817-332-4060.
Louisiana is home to a number of trees that pollinate, including red cedar, willow, bayberry, birch, oak and ash.
2. The Carolinas
Allergy sufferers need to gear up for fall and spring allergy season because both North Carolina and South Carolina have higher levels of tree and grass pollen.
Though spring allergy season in Michigan isn’t bad, fall brings an increase of weeds and pollen.
Spring allergy season is worse than fall allergy season in Tennessee due to mold spores, weed and grass pollens.
Georgia makes the list of “worst states to live in for allergy sufferers” because of the slippery elm and brome. In addition to those allergens, the lack of rain in the past year has intensified seasonal allergies.