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Here are a few tips that can help you decrease
the severity of your allergy symptoms
- When working in the garden use a mask suited
to help prevent inhaling allergens.
- Keep your windows closed to help limit the
entry of pollen into your home. Use your air conditioning to keep the
humidity down and the air cleaner.
- Reduce your activities outside when pollen is
at its highest. Pollen is usually at its worst in the early morning, and on
windy and humid days.
- Shower right before you go to bed. If you
shower at night, you help to get rid of any pollen you’ve picked up in
- Wash your bedding frequently, you’ll help
eliminate pollen from a critical location. You sleep for 8 hours in your
sheets; you want them to be allergen free. Be sure to dry your bedding
indoors, or you’ll be collecting pollen while your sheets dry.
- Use a sinus nasal rinse, it can help you
remove the allergens from your sinus passage reducing your symptoms.
- Consider a humidifier in your home, more
specifically, your bedroom since this is the room that most people spend at
least 8 hours per day. Air that is too dry can irritate delicate nasal and
air passages. If you have asthma, it can make you more prone to an asthma
attack. If you have allergies, it can compound your other allergic symptoms.
Also, keep in mind: If you are using a humidifier, it is important to
monitor humidity levels with a humidity gauge in the home. This can help you
avoid putting too much humidity in the air. After all, you don't want to
encourage dust mites, who love humidity. If you are considering a
humidifier, keep in mind some of the new advances in technology. Today, some
models of humidifiers use unique new processes that create a mist virtually
free of mold, mold spores and bacteria.
Which types of pollen are in the air during
- In March and April, expect tree pollen from
oak, elm and birch
- From May to July, grass pollen dominates the
seasonal allergy scene.
- From August to October, ragweed is the biggest
offender, but other weeds are also pollinating, including sagebrush, pigweed
- To finish the seasonal allergy months, from
late October to November, mold flourishes in falling leaves, and mold is
another common allergen. For effective allergy relief, try reducing your
contact with those that trigger your allergy symptoms. When working in the
garden use a mask suited to help prevent inhaling allergens.