Every year, millions of Americans continue to live with seasonal allergy symptoms, despite the fact that relief is available for the drippy nose, sneezing, congestion and itchy, watery eyes caused by allergies to pollens and other sources. The following are the top five steps allergy sufferers should take in order to help relieve the onset of symptoms:
Allergy season usually lasts through October. And while there is no cure for seasonal allergies, by working with a medical professional to find the right medications and by staying on a medication regimen, it is possible to help prevent the misery of the allergy season.
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