Spring is allergy season for millions of people, leaving them with stuffy noses, itchy eyes, and more. Plus, indoor and outdoor irritants can pose a threat to allergy suffers year-round. Take note of these tips to get through the season or the who...
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If allergies have you sniffling and sneezing, you're not alone. The American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology reports that allergies may affect more than 50 million people in the United States. To manage outdoor allergies, keep your windows closed at night to prevent pollens or molds from drifting into your home. If needed, use air conditioning which cleans, cools, and dries the air. Minimize your early morning activity, when pollen is usually emitted between 5 and 10 a.m. Keep your car windows closed when traveling. Stay indoors when the pollen count or humidity is reported as high, and on windy days when dust and pollen are blown about. Remember to take medications prescribed by your allergist, immunologist regularly, but don't take more than recommended to try to lessen your symptoms. You can find many more of health and wellness tips on www.icyou.com.

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