Rather than dealing with consistently runny noses or itchy eyes, take control of your allergies. Read on how to fight allergy symptoms.
Shower and shampoo your hair prior to going to sleep. A quick wash can make a big difference in your life.
Are you aware that your allergic reaction may be causing some of your body? As you make your way through the world, bits of it stick to you in the form of pollen, body and clothing. By bedtime, where they may attack your immune system.
Think about pulling up the carpet from your home. If you have wall-to-wall carpeting, think about changing them out for wood, laminate or tile floors, if you can afford it. This will have a big difference in the allergy-causing substances you breathe. If you are unable to make this change, vacuum every day.
Avoid anything which contains colorant as you might be allergic to it.This may even include your toilet paper with designs dyed into them. Try using products made of just white paper in your house and it might aid in reducing your allergy symptoms.
If you experience your allergy symptoms like clockwork, keep track of the time. Pollen is out in full force between the hours of 5 and 10 a.m., and if possible, avoid going out during these times. If you have to go outside, try to keep all activity to a minimum and the time short.
Keep the air inside your windows closed.
If allergies always cause the same kind of symptoms in you, it may be easier to deal with the symptoms rather than avoiding the allergic reaction. For example, if you suffer from a sore throat more than occasionally, then you should always have some tissues with you. The same would be true if your allergies result in a scratchy throat.
Clearly, allergies to all sorts of things (e.g. plants, animals, airborne particles, foods, etc.) are quite common. There are many ways to deal with all kinds of allergies – even very dramatic seasonal bouts. Keep these tips in mind to live your life without having to sneeze and weeze!