Reduce the exposure
- If you know that certain flowers make your nose run, avoid spending time around them.
- Plan outdoor activities when pollen counts are low, such as early morning or evening.
- Wear a filter mask when outdoors. This will help to reduce your exposure to pollen and other allergens in the air.
- Stay indoors on dry, windy days. The best time to go outside is after rain when pollen and other allergens are washed away.
Keep it clean
- Use the air conditioning in your house and car. This will help to filter out pollen and other allergens.
- Be sure to clean your house regularly. Dust and vacuum often to reduce the number of allergens in your home.
- Wash your bedding in hot water once a week. This will help to remove pollen and other allergens from your sheets and pillowcases.
- If possible, use high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter in your home. This will help to remove allergens from the air.
Alternative treatment with essential oils
Tips while using essential oils
- You may experience allergic reactions to oils if, you have sensitive skin. Always do a patch test on your skin before using any new oil. Be sure to use 100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils for the best results.
- Never apply concentrated oil directly to your skin. Always dilute it with a carrier oil such as coconut oil, jojoba oil, or almond oil.
- Don’t ingest essential oils.
- Be cautious when using oils around children and pets or pregnant or breastfeeding. Always consult your doctor before using essential oils.
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