Pollen Count 

Pollen from trees, grasses, and weeds can be inhaled and cause allergy and asthma symptoms. Pollen allergies are often seasonal, and allergy and asthma symptoms occur when the amount of pollen in the air is high.

Get tips from our experts on navigating life with allergies.

National Pollen Information

If you don't live in Denver, search for the pollen count in your area at the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) website.


Denver Pollen -  Last updated:  06/24/2014

The following Denver Pollen Count is gathered by National Jewish Health and is updated most weekday afternoons during allergy season.

  • Trees -  87
  • Grasses -   14
  • Weeds -  13

Navigating Life With Allergies

While spring is in bloom, not everyone is excited about it. For those who have allergies, it can be a difficult time as the body tries to adjust to all that's floating in the air and growing from the ground up. You can trust us and our allergy experts to help you cope with allergy symptoms and find relief.

Allergy Tips

A large part of dealing with allergies is being proactive to treat your symptoms before they even begin. Clues for treating allergy symptoms:


Nasal Wash Treatment

Many people with asthma or other lung problems also have nasal and sinus symptoms. Drainage from your nose and sinuses can make asthma worse, especially at night. A salt water nasal wash, or nasal irrigation, can help reduce this.

Outsmart Spring Allergies

Ready or not, spring allergy season is here. Find out what you can do to lessen your misery before allergy symptoms hit.

Infographic: Coping With Spring Allergies

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