Seasonal Ocular Allergies
This is the more common of the two, and only occurs at certain times of the year. Usually beginning in spring, your body will start to be sensitive to the pollen and spores in the air. These symptoms can last through the end of summer and even into fall.
Perennial Ocular Allergies
This type of ocular allergy can occur any time throughout the year. It is generally the result to exposure to allergens such as dust mites, pet dander, or feathers found in your bedding. Smoke, perfume, air pollution, cosmetics, and some medicines can also trigger an allergic reaction.