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Spring into Action: The Ultimate Seasonal Allergy Survival Guide

Spring into Action: The Ultimate Seasonal Allergy Survival Guide

Spring is a beautiful season, but for many of us, it can be a time of misery due to seasonal allergies. Sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, and other symptoms can make it hard to enjoy the outdoors. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce your exposure to allergens and manage your symptoms during allergy season. Here are some tips for surviving seasonal allergies:

  1. Check the pollen count: Keep an eye on the pollen count in your area and plan your outdoor activities accordingly. Pollen counts are typically highest in the early morning, so try to plan your outdoor activities for later in the day if possible.

  2. Keep windows closed: Keep your windows closed during allergy season to prevent pollen from entering your home. Use an air conditioner with a HEPA filter to filter out allergens and improve air quality.

  3. Wash your clothes: Pollen can cling to your clothes, so make sure to wash them regularly during allergy season. Shower and wash your hair before going to bed to remove any pollen that may have collected on your skin and hair.

  4. Take allergy medication: Talk to your doctor about taking allergy medication to manage your symptoms during allergy season. Antihistamines, decongestants, and nasal sprays can all be helpful for reducing sneezing, itching, and congestion.

  5. Try natural remedies: Some natural remedies, such as saline nasal sprays and neti pots, can help reduce allergy symptoms by flushing out allergens from your nasal passages. Talk to your doctor before trying any new remedies.

  6. Stay hydrated: Drinking plenty of water can help thin out mucus and make it easier to breathe. Make sure to drink at least eight glasses of water per day during allergy season.

  7. Supplement with OPC antioxidants: OPCs appear to block histamine release in in vitro studies, therefore potentially stopping the cascade of symptoms that follow a histamine release after contact with an allergen.

In conclusion, seasonal allergies can be a nuisance, but they don't have to ruin your enjoyment of the spring season. By following these tips, you can reduce your exposure to allergens and manage your symptoms during allergy season. 

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