Seasonal Allergies Dependent on Location in City ?
I live in Austin, which is considered a really bad place for allergies. And I really don't have them too bad, I usually blow my nose a couple of times when I wake up and that's it.
Two years ago though, I lived in South Austin and the allergies were just horrendous, I never had anything like it - I would cough up phlegm while talking to people, and it was just horrible - I was here between October and January and it was bad all the time. Specifically I remember being worse around December (must be allergic to Cedar then).
This time around though, it's really not bad. I try to keep my windows closed most of the time, and I have a little hepa filter that might be helping.
My question is as follows - I plan to move to a place around 15 blocks away from here, still very urban, but I am afraid my allergies will pick up there, is that a possibility ? Maybe I've been cured for the most part ? The new area will have more vegetation but not as much as in South Austin where I used to live.