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Things you do to help you prepare for spring allergies.



  1. Know Your Allergy Triggers: Identify specific allergens that affect you, such as pollen or pet dander, to better prepare.

  2. Stock Up on Allergy Medicine: Have over-the-counter or prescription allergy medication ready before symptoms start.

  3. Monitor Pollen Reports: Stay updated on local pollen counts to plan outdoor activities accordingly.

  4. Limit Outdoor Time: Minimize exposure to allergens by reducing time spent outdoors, particularly on windy days.

  5. Use Protective Gear: Wear sunglasses, wide-brimmed hats, and masks to shield yourself from allergens when outdoors.

  6. Vacuum and Dust: Regularly clean your home to remove allergens like dust and pet dander.

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