Seasonal Allergies and the worst.. Here’s how to beat them
If you have the sniffles around this time of year, it may be time to start looking for ways to survive the day without sneezing your head off! Dr. Joseph Mittel of the Arizona Asthma and Allergy Institute has the low down on your average miserable seasonal allergies. Sneezing, congestion, coughing, headaches, and itchy eyes are the most common symptoms for recurrent allergies. Ways to avoid allergy symptoms include over-the-counter nasal steroids, allergy medications such as Allegra and Zyrtec, and allergy injections provided by physicians.
Close windows, wash your pets often, run the air conditioning to help airflow in your house. Don’t let pets sleep on the bed with you at night, and take showers before you go to sleep to wash the pollen off.
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To find help for severe allergy attacks, visit http://www.azsneeze.com/ to schedule an appointment with a physician. They provide many options to help reduce allergy symptoms.