March 22, 2010 -- Eye-watering, sinus-blocking allergies. For all too many Americans, they are a reality that strikes every spring. Fortunately, you may be able to deal with them by following some simple tips.
First step -- keep allergens out of your clothes! After being outside, wash your clothes, as pollen can linger. Reduce mold in your home by using a dehumidifier to keep the humidity below 50 percent. And if sinus pressure is bothering you, make sure you stay hydrated and avoid drinks with caffeine.
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If you battle seasonal allergies every year, it may be a matter of location. Check out our list of the worst cities in the country in which to have allergies. CLICK HERE for more.
While many blame pollen and dust for their allergy symptoms, what you're exposed to at work can also bring on the wheezing, sneezing and itching. CLICK HERE to find out about seven possible sources of workplace allergies.
What you think you know about allergies may not be true at all. CLICK HERE to check out our list of common seasonal allergy myths.
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