Allergy Season, How to Properly Prepare

Dr. Cory Harow knows that many individuals must contend with seasonal allergies at various times. Some people refer to this as “hay fever.” This type of medical issue may be referred to as seasonal allergic rhinitis. Various seasonal allergies often are the result of some exposure to various airborne substances and often this includes pollens. Many of the substances will filter into the air during certain seasons. Many people know that ragweed is known for releasing pollen in the fall and summer months. A release of ragweed can be the cause of:

* throat issues

* issues with congestion

* wheezing and coughing

* facial pain and sinus issues

* more

Seasonal allergies can actually ruin an entire season due to the many medical symptoms that may arise. Anyone who suffers with seasonal allergies will need to avoid various triggers and their goal will include preventing a potential full-blown attack. A person who suffers with seasonal allergies can alleviate many symptoms if they properly prepare themselves for an upcoming allergy season. This is helpful because minimizing the uncomfortable symptoms is possible with preparation. Dr. Cory Harow holds the belief that added handwashing ought to be incorporated and it will be beneficial for enhanced health all through the year.

Seasonal Allergies: Strategies and Prevention

It ought to be known, there are many useful strategies that can be put into place to prevent some aggravating allergy attacks. The strategies will allow individuals to enjoy seasons in comfort. The following items are known for relieving upcoming symptoms:

1. Nose management; prepare the nose by cleaning and refreshing it. Saltwater can be used as a nice nose rinse. A good rinse will remove various irritants and pollen which may be lingering and hiding inside

2. Prescription preparation; it may be helpful to invest in a prescription for a good nasal spray. Often steroid nose sprays come in a prescription form and provide much relief with various symptoms

3. Find the right over-the-counter medicine (allergies); many people try different brands, for allergy relief, until they find the right one which works best for them. Allergy symptoms are not generic in terms of the actual symptoms

4. Home prep; prepare the household by sanitizing and disinfecting everything. Remove all particles on tables, window panes, counters and everything in between. Close the windows and consider using an air conditioner because the outdoor allergens belong outdoors

5. Check with a trusted medical professional; many people benefit from allergy shots and trusted medical professionals can assess symptoms and recommend various medical options

6. Invest in a quality air purifier; an air purifier can eliminate unwanted particles in the air and relieve many allergy symptoms. This can be beneficial all through the year

7. Manage outdoor chores ahead of time; lawn mowing, weeding and garden activities can be delegated with household members to reduce symptoms. Plan to distribute the chores evenly to avoid excessive outdoor activities

8. Set up indoor laundry drying; hanging laundry outside, to dry after a wash, can attract pollen. It is useful to find a place indoors to dry cloths

9. Plan on indoor activities on windy days; plan on avoiding windy weather because windy days tend to be an allergy attack triggers