Myth-Buster Monday: Cold Weather Myths Debunked Part II
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Myth-Buster Monday: Cold Weather Myths Debunked Part II


When it comes to cold weather wellness, some things are just too good to be true. This week, we’re debunking a few more of our favorite winter fairy tales. It’s time to crawl out from under the covers and accept the cold, hard truth.

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When it comes to cold weather wellness, some things are just too good to be true. This week, we’re debunking a few more of our favorite winter fairy tales.

It’s time to crawl out from under the covers and accept the cold, hard truth. 

 

Myth: You Can’t Get Allergies In The Winter

For people who suffer from allergies, cold weather can seem like a godsend. It’s a commonly held belief that allergies are a seasonal affliction that disappear during colder winter months.

Sadly, while it’s true that pollen allergies don’t stick around when the temperature drops, lots of other allergens appear.

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 1 in 5 Americans suffer from indoor winter allergies.

In fact, in the winter we become more susceptible to allergic reactions