What's the difference between a cold and allergies?
The key differences in suffering from a cold or allergies
Raised Temperature - A high temperature means you're looking at a cold or infection.
Itchy eyes - A cold can cause watery and irritated eyes, but itchiness is a good indicator of allergies.
Symptoms lasting longer than 10 days - You'll rarely have a cold affecting you for more than 10 days.
Aches and pains - Your allergies will make you feel fatigued, but noticeable aches and pains are a sure way to mark off allergies as the culprit.
Our guide to tell the differerence
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