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How to Prepare for Allergy Season

Spring is finally here! Flowers and trees are starting to bloom, and the weather is finally warming up. Delightful spring weather doesn't always have such great side effects. Seasonal allergies are one of the most common ailments this time of year. For many allergy sufferers, the sneezing, itchy eyes, and runny nose can have a real impact on daily life. 

But you don't have to stay inside this spring! Get prepared for allergy season with these tips:

Check the Pollen Counts

High levels of pollen are one of the main causes of seasonal allergies, especially if you like to spend a lot of time outdoors. Check the Pollen Map each day to see what the forecast looks like. Changing the time of day you spend outdoors can also help you avoid airborne allergens.

Take an Organic Allergy Medicine

If you are going to spend time outdoors, take allergy medicine before you go! Genexa's organic and non-GMO Allergy-D (for adults and children) helps tackle your worst allergy symptoms from sneezing, runny nose, and cough to itchy eyes and fatigue. 

Increase Fluid Intake

When your body is trying to fight off allergens, it consumes a lot of energy...and fluids! Make sure to stay hydrated throughout the day. Plus, drinking a lot of water helps flush out some of the toxins that contribute to allergy symptoms.

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