Allergies to Cats & Recurring Sinus Infections : Treating Allergies
How to naturally fight your allergies
10. Breathe easy.
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- Spring means allergy season and there is nothing worse than sniffling all day.
- Sometimes your doctor can prescribe you something but there are some things you can do to help too.
- Try using cold presses to avoid red puffiness and washing your dog to get all the pollen out of their fur.
Spring has many virtues: warm weather, gorgeous blooms for floral DIYs, cute shift dresses for Easter Sunday. But there's one springtime visitor we can do without: the seasonal allergies brought on by all the pollen, dust, and mold. "The long winter and all the rain have made pollen counts particularly high this year," Pennsylvania-based allergist Dr. Sandra Gawchik explains. The tiny pollen specks that help guarantee us a green, blossom-filled summer also cause some of our bodies to go into fight mode, triggering sneezy, wheezy symptoms. Depending on how bad things get, your doctor can recommend the best course of treatment, but there are things anyone can do to help your situation on the front end. We tapped experts to dish on solid habits and hacks to curb and calm the seasonal woes that plague nearly 50 million Americans.
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