Hay Fever Symptoms and Treatment
Hay Fever Symptoms and Treatment

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  • Hay fever is caused by common allergens like mold, pollens, pet dander, or dust mites.
  • The symptoms of hay fever are often confused with cold symptoms, but hay fever is an allergic reaction and isn't caused by a virus.
  • Allergic rhinitis not only makes you feel miserable, it can interfere with your sleep, worsen asthma symptoms, or cause sinusitis or ear infections.
Christmas trees can wreck havoc for allergy sufferers
Christmas trees can wreck havoc for allergy sufferers

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  • Having a live Christmas tree in your house can increase the mold count in your home by 10 times the normal levels.
  • If you experience allergy symptoms after bringing home your Christmas tree, you may want to replace your tree with an artificial one.
  • Before setting up artificial or live trees in the house, take them outside to give them a good spray down with the hose and shake them out.
Seasonal Allergies: Getting Relief is as Easy as ABC
Seasonal Allergies: Getting Relief is as Easy as ABC

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  • A runny nose, itchy eyes, dark circles under the eyes, and sneezing lasting more than 10 days are all symptoms of a possible allergy.
  • Reduce allergy symptoms by trying to stay indoors, cleaning often, and keeping pollen out of your home.
  • Medications such as antihistamines or nasal spray steroids can help control allergy symptoms.
Surviving Seasonal Allergies
Surviving Seasonal Allergies

Article at a Glance Reduce allergy symptoms by trying to stay indoors and keeping pollen out of your home. A runny nose, itchy eyes, dark circles under the eyes, and sneezing lasting more than 10 days are all symptoms of a possible allergy. If you think your child might have seasonal allergies, keeping an allergy … Continue reading “Surviving Seasonal Allergies”

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