Lovella Reynolds doesn't need a calendar to tell her that the seasons have changed.
"Fall is the absolute worst," Reynolds says. "I have a runny nose, I have burning, I have post-nasal drip with the scratchiness and the hoarseness in my voice."
While millions of Americans suffer from seasonal allergies, each person experiences them differently.
Symptoms may include: itchy eyes, a stuffy nose, sore throat, cough and fatigue.
Dr. Eugene Hurwitz says allergies in the Autumn are attributable to one main culprit...
"Ragweed blooming and that's really when we see real problems with fall allergies."
But just because you're an adult without allergies, doesn't mean that you're in the clear.
"If you've never had allergies before it's still possible that you could develop them. It's more common among people who have a family history of allergies," Hurwitz explains.
While nasal sprays and over-the-counter products may be effective for some, others may need to go on allergy shots or, like Reynolds, require a combination of therapies.