Smart Tips To Survive Allergy Season

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Spring has arrived, and so has the suffering from springtime allergies. The itchy eyes, the sneezing — sometimes it can so much as to make the most enthusiastic outdoors person dread taking even one step out the door.

A study in the September issue of the journal Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology linked increased pollen concentrations and lengthened allergy seasons to warmer temperatures. Additionally, the ragweed pollen season has grown as much as 13 to 27 days longer since 1995. Below are some ways to stay one step ahead health-wise during allergy season. .

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Tips To Survive Allergy Season

  • Watch the pollen count (most weather apps such as The Weather Channel or Accuweather have a resource included). If pollen counts are high, you may want to avoid outdoor activities during early morning hours.
  • When driving, keep your car windows closed.
  • When you’re home, keep your bedroom windows closed.
  • Clean your air-conditioning filters regularly.
  • If you’ve been outdoors, take a shower and wash your hair to get rid of any pollen.

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Severe allergy sufferers can also see their doctor for medication to take before the season even begins. Doing so will give even more help in getting ahead of what could be a long and painful allergy season.

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To find out if you have symptoms of allergies or allergic asthma, you can start with an online self-test from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.

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Story via: usatoday

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