Spring is a beautiful time of year, but the abundance of fresh grass, pollen and mold can bring about seasonal allergies. If during certain times of the year you are subject to sneezing, coughing, itchy eyes and a runny nose, you may have seasonal allergies. A saline nose rinse is one way to ease your seasonal allergy symptoms. In one study, allergy sufferers who performed a saline nasal rinse twice a day reported less nasal congestion.*
To help stop pollen from getting into your eyes, wear sunglasses during the day. When you get home, remove excess pollen by taking a shower and changing your clothes.
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