Sunny, warm weather is here. And what does that mean for many? Non-stop sneezing, watery eyes and runny noses.
Are you fed up with seasonal allergies? It's time to get in the ring—and defend yourself!
Your pharmacist can recommend non-pharmacological measures and suggest over-the-counter treatments.
Under certain conditions, your pharmacist may even prescribe treatments to relieve seasonal allergy symptoms.
Tap into your pharmacists’ experience and advice to overcome allergic rhinitis.
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With the right strategy, you can control the symptoms that are giving you a hard time. Let's take a tour of available options.
They prevent the onset of allergy symptoms. They can cause drowsiness.
They can help reduce eye irritation, redness and/or watering.
They relieve nasal congestion; however, you have to limit their use.
They are used to clean your nose to remove pollen.
These are products behind the lab counter that will target inflammation.
Consult your pharmacist.
Living with seasonal allergies is a daily struggle. We hear you! But you can stay in control with these tips.
Recognize the types of pollen that affect you the most:
(birch, willow, elm, alder, maple, poplar, oak, etc.)
(turf, hay, bluegrass, bromegrass, etc.)
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The symptoms of seasonal allergies can be similar to the common cold. However, a few differences may alert you to the fact that they are not.
Here is how to recognize the symptoms of seasonal allergies.
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Eye symptoms associated with seasonal allergies are caused when eyes come into contact with pollen that is released into the air by various plants.
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If you suffer from asthma and seasonal allergies, you may notice an increase in your asthma symptoms during allergy season. Here are a few tips to help you breathe easier during allergy season.
Allergies are disproportionate immune system reactions that occur when the body comes into contact with a foreign substance (called an allergen) that is normally harmless. In other words, a substance can be harmless to one person but cause an allergic reaction in another.