How to Beat Seasonal Allergies

If you have seasonal allergies then you are fully aware that allergy season is upon us. With airfree_poleneverything coming back to life, those that suffer from pollen allergies know how invasive and frustrating symptoms can become. Common symptoms are watery eyes, sneezing, nasal congestion, and a runny nose, to name a few.

Did you know that seasonal allergies may trigger asthma? If you are having problems breathing in any way you should consult your primary care physician. Allergies usually develop in children but they also sometimes may develop later in life.

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When trees begin to bud, pollen begins to fill the air we breathe.

  • Keep your windows up when driving. This can keep the pollen out of your environment. If it’s too warm, turning on the air conditioning is a healthier alternative for allergy sufferers than rolling down the windows.
  • Don’t hang up clothing and bedding outside. As delightful as sun-dried clothing is, pollen can attach to them and worsen symptoms.
  • Avoid doing yard work during peak times. Look into your local area to know when pollen is at its peak.
  • Ask your doctor about over-the-counter allergy medications or if you may need a stronger prescription depending on the severity of your allergies.

Seasonal allergies can be a frustrating problem but with a few simple adjustments you canairfree_polen_01 go about enjoying the beautiful spring weather.

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