As you may know, pollen is an airborne allergen, which is carried by the wind. If you have a pollen sensitivity, it’s reasonable you fear the spring, summer and fall seasons when pollen counts can be high. The national allergy forecast provided by pollen.com allows you to see what types of allergens are affecting the areas where you live and work. By monitoring the pollen count in the air, you can identify reasons for your allergies. Even a small amount of pollen per cubic meter could make you miserable. Just because you have allergies doesn’t mean you should stop enjoying the outside world. Proper medication and care help you to combat any type of allergy.