Managing Fall Allergies

By Allergy News
In Featured
Oct 1st, 2013

Pulmonary and Critical Care Specialists of Northern VirginiaThe Pulmonary and Critical Care Specialists of North Virginia, P.C. has shared some enlightening tips on managing the allergy season. In their article, they have highlighted some of the telltale signs of allergies including runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, itchy eyes and nose, and dark under eye circles. More importantly, they advised people to stay indoors, use a humidifier, wear a mask, clean heating vents, and remove pollen from skin by showering more frequently.

This article was posted on PR Web:

Fall is just about here which means different allergy triggers to be cautious about. Fall allergies include: ragweed, molds and dust mites. More than 35 million Americans are affected by seasonal allergies which includes fall allergies. Knowing which triggers affect you the most will help you better control your allergies. 

Symptoms may include:

-Runny Nose

-Watery eyes


-Itchy eyes and nose

-Dark circles under your eyes 

Some tips to help manage your fall allergies include:

-Staying indoors with the doors and windows closed, especially when the pollen is at its peak

-Use a humidifier if you need to. It helps keep your air


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