Treatment for Summer Allergies

The easiest method to control your summertime allergies is to stay away from your triggers. This can entail minimising your outside activity during peak pollen seasons.

Using an allergy tracker, such as this one from the Allergy and Asthma network, you can monitor pollen levels and pollution.

If you have access to it, staying inside with the windows closed and the air conditioning on can keep allergens out of the house while also making you more comfortable.

You can lessen the symptoms of rhinitis and remove allergens from your nose by using a saline nasal spray.

OTC allergy drugs, such as nasal sprays and antihistamines, can also manage symptoms. Topical steroids sold over-the-counter can be used to treat allergic reactions to insect bites.

Consult your healthcare professional about prescription allergy drugs and allergy shots if over-the-counter treatments are ineffective for you.

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