August 28, 2013 2 min read
Summer is coming to an end, school is back in session, and soon the trees will be sporting some impressive foliage. Unfortunately, apple cider and cozy sweaters aren't the only things in store this fall. Even though spring may reign supreme over allergy symptoms, fall usually comes with the highest levels of ragweed, mold, and bed bugs – three of the biggest allergy and asthma triggers around. Thankfully, there are plenty of things you can do to manage these autumnal menaces and breathe easily. Here are 5 tips for managing common triggers when the temperatures cool down.
If you find that your allergies or asthma getting worse and worse this autumn, make sure to schedule a meeting with your primary care provider. You may need to take medications by using an inhaler, nebulizer, or other type of applicator. Make sure to monitor your symptoms carefully, so that you can manage them effectively and enjoy fall to the fullest!
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