It’s time to welcome fresh air, enjoy outdoor barbecues and run around at the park with family and friends.
While embracing these warm activities, you may also face the dreaded symptoms of allergies.
However, allergy season doesn’t have to keep you indoors. Pediatric health expert Dr. Tanya Altmann offers these tips to help manage and prevent common symptoms.
1Avoid The Allergy
Avoid what you are allergic to as much as possible. If you are allergic to tree and grass pollens, limit your time outdoors. Consider taking part in activities without as much exposure to tree and grass pollen, such as gymnastics or swimming.