How many times have you woken up with a stuffy nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing fits? That is a common scene for many people in two New York cities which were named some of the worst places to live for people with allergies.

Allergies can make your day a miserable one. Constant sneezing, red and watering eyes, and blowing your nose non-stop can really ruin your day.

So if you are a person that has bad seasonal allergies, you will want to avoid working, living, and visiting Buffalo and Albany New York.

Both those cities were named in the Top 10 for the worst places to live for people with seasonal allergies.

The rankings were based on Spring pollen scores, Fall pollen scores, Over-the-counter medicine use, and availability of board-certified allergists/immunologists.

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Albany was ranked as the 10th worst place for allergies sufferers while Buffalo was ranked 8th on the list. See the whole list HERE.

Not sure if you suffer from seasonal allergies? Here is the list of the most common symptoms.

  • Sneezing
  • Stuffy nose (nasal congestion)
  • Runny nose (usually a thin, clear discharge)
  • Red and watery eyes
  • Itchy nose, eyes, ears, or mouth
  • Swelling around the eyes

Looking for the best place to be if you have allergies? Hope you like the rain. The least challenging place to live with seasonal allergies is Seattle, Washington.

The amount of rain in the area keeps the pollen count down throughout the year and that helps keep seasonal allergies at bay.

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