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  1. Managing seasonal allergies in spring and summer

    Seasonal Allergies: Coping Strategies For Spring And Summer

    Spring and summer bring sunshine and outdoor activities, bringing joy to some but causing discomfort to those with seasonal allergies. Itchy and watery eyes, sneezing, nasal congestion, and overall discomfort can hinder the enjoyment of the warmer months. This article explains the effective ways to manage these troublesome allergies and combat their effects, allowing you to fully embrace spring and summer.

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  2. Signs and Symptoms Of Different Allergies

    Signs and Symptoms Of Different Allergies

    Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, is a very common type of allergy that can sometimes be worse during certain times of the year. It is caused by exposure to irritants you are allergic to like dust, animal hair, mould, or pollen. While harmless to others, your immune system identifies these substances as harmful and releases antibodies to fight it, creating an allergic reaction.

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  3. Are Allergies Worse in the Morning or at Night?

    Are Allergies Worse in the Morning or at Night?

    Do you ever wake up in the morning congested, coughing, or with a sore throat? Or maybe you struggle to get to sleep at night because of sneezing or difficulty breathing? It varies from person to person, but some people find that their allergies are worse at certain times of the day.

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