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9 Highly Effective Solutions For Your Miserable Spring Allergies
A problem that is literally, not metaphorically, blowin' in the wind, airborne pollen (among other allergens) makes the immune system think it's under attack. Thirty million of us suffer from sneezing, runny nose, and watery, itchy eyes. The answer, my friend, is in what follows.
Wetter and later are better.
When you can, save errands for drizzly weather. Rain helps keep pollen from drifting through the air. Another dodge: Schedule outdoor activities for afternoon or evening. Pollen counts are highest first thing in the morning. (Dealing with more than allergies? is the first-ever plan that tackles the root cause of virtually every major ailment and health condition today; get your copy now!)
Close the windows.
Batten down household hatches and run the AC during pollen season whenever possible. It filters up to 99% of airborne pollen. In the car, set controls to "recirculate" to keep filtered air moving without drawing in outside air.
Fast and effective.
Prescription sprays like Astepro and Patanase attack symptoms right in the nose. A spritz or two (check directions) provides relief in 20 to 30 minutes and lasts about 12 hours.
Like shots with no needle.
These new daily meds contain allergens that dissolve under the tongue to train your body not to react. Drawbacks: You must start treatment 12 weeks before allergy season, and it may not work on all your allergens.
Still the gold standard.
These weekly (for 6 months) then monthly (for 3 to 5 years) pokes in the allergist's office tend to work better than any new under-the-tongue trick—partly because your doctor can customize extracts to your mix of allergies.
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