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Summer’s in full swing and you know what that means: it’s hot, hot, hot. With record-breaking temps and torturous humidity levels exerting their chokehold on the nation, the last thing anyone wants is to be sneezing, sniffling and stuffy. Unfortunately, allergies are just as persistent in the summer as they are in the spring months – and perhaps even more so. Even though trees are typically done pollinating by late spring, grasses and weeds – including ragweed, a common allergic trigger that can cause hay fever – continue to pose a threat all summer long. To make matters worse, the season also heralds increased smog and a boon in dust mite populations. Luckily, there are steps you can take to stop sneezing and spend more time enjoying the season!
So there you have it – 5 ways to manage your allergies. If that’s still not enough, you may want to visit an allergist, a physician trained specifically in identifying and treating allergies. That way you can breathe easy and enjoy the season!
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