Seasonal allergies

If the warmer temperatures and the blooming flowers haven’t clued you in, the arrival of seasonal allergies is sure to let you know that spring is here. If the symptoms have notoriously let loose upon you, don’t lose hope; you’re not the only one. Patients experience seasonal allergy symptoms such as runny nose, irritated eyes, and congestion. To prevent or reduce the occurrence of seasonal allergies with the additional aid of allergy medication , there are a number of simple “at home” measures one can put to the test.

Looking out for high pollen counts : Before heading outside, plan ahead and check the local pollen count. Avoiding the outdoors when the pollen count is high is a definite way to greatly reduce the severity of seasonal allergies especially if pollen is an allergen for you. Pollen counts are usually higher during mid day, 10 am to 2 pm, although factors including humidity and location affect the pollen count as well. When the pollen count is higher avoid going outside. Planning outdoor activities when the pollen count is low will help you enjoy your day without the interference of allergies.

Keeping Clean : After being outside, change your clothes, and take a shower. This will minimize your exposure to outdoor allergens. This is most beneficial if you happen to step out when the pollen count is high

Use the Dryer: If you don’t suffer from seasonal allergies, hanging your clothes outside to dry is a commendable method of saving energy. For the rest of you, it is best if you use the dryer because hanging laundry outside will cause a large build up of allergens on your clothes.

Good Housekeeping : If you also suffer from year-round allergies, then it is best to prevent them from occurring as well because when it comes to allergies, the more is not the merrier. Typical year-round allergies, often caused by allergens such as dust and mold, are best avoided when there is no place for accumulation of said allergens. Mold typically accumulates in the bathroom; thus, to avoid mold growth, leave the fan running up to thirty minutes after a shower or baths. Reduce clutter in your home lest the amount of objects that dust can settle on.

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