Fight seasonal allergies

Is your nose running like a faucet?

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!

Fight your seasonal allergies

Your pharmacist: The best coach you can count on!

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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It’s time to up your game with different allergy treatments

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.

Eye drops

Eye drops, artificial tears and moisturizing gels

They can help reduce eye irritation, redness and/or watering.

Decongestant sprays

Decongestant sprays

They relieve nasal congestion; however, you have to limit their use.

Saltwater sprays

Saltwater sprays

They are used to clean your nose to remove pollen.

Corticosteroids and mast cell stabilizers

Corticosteroids and mast cell stabilizers

These are products behind the lab counter that will target inflammation.

Consult your pharmacist.

Relieve allergy symptoms

Tips to relieve your allergies

Living with seasonal allergies is a daily struggle. We hear you! But you can stay in control with these tips.

  • Keep your home and car windows closed during allergy season
  • Avoid drying clothes and linen outside
  • Wear sunglasses to limit the contact of pollen with your eyes
  • Avoid going outside in dry, windy weather
  • At the end of a day spent outdoors, wash your hair as it is a magnet for pollen

Allergenic plants – Analyze your enemy’s strengths

Recognize the types of pollen that affect you the most:

Trees and shrubs

Trees and shrubs 

(birch, willow, elm, alder, maple, poplar, oak, etc.)



(turf, hay, bluegrass, bromegrass, etc.)



Pollen season calendar

Pollen season calendar

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Is it an allergy or a cold?

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.

Nasal discharge

Nasal discharge is thin and clear.


Sneezing is frequent.

Your eyes

Your eyes tear up.

Morning and evening

Symptoms are often worse in the morning and evening.


Symptoms last for more than 10 days.

Not contagious

You are not contagious.

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