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Sneezing More into this Spring?
The drought in California is affecting more than just the water supply and vegetation. It’s causing people affected by allergies to reach for a box of tissue a little more than usual.
Rain (a welcome thought for all) helps clear the air of floating pollen and mold by bringing it to the ground, offering relief and a sneeze-free breath of fresh air for allergy sufferers.
The good news is that there are a few simple things you can do to get relief this dry, allergy season:
Stay indoors as much as possible. To keep cool in the hot and dry weather, run your air conditioner or fan and keep the windows closed.
If you do go outdoors, change your clothes as soon as you come home. Pollen and molds can travel with you.
Take a shower before going to sleep to rinse off any allergens that may be in your hair or on your body
If your allergies are really bothering you, talk to your Sharp Community Medical Group (SCMG) primary care physician. You may be referred to an
to help further treat your symptoms.
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