Allergy patients had been advised to remain cautious to avoid any complication, Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) specialist Dr Aslam Chaudhry.
He said taking pre-emptive measures was the best tool to cope with pollen allergy.
The symptoms of pollen Allergy, he said, were sneezing accompanied by a runny or clogged nose, itching eyes, nose, and throat, he said.
He said Paper Mulberry trees and hazardous particles in the area were becoming main source of pollen allergy which was harmful for asthma patients.
The specialist advised individuals with pollen allergy to avoid unnecessary exposure to dust, insect sprays, tobacco smoke, fresh tar or paint, use of perfumes, walking in garden and using carpets on the floor.—APP