The Allergy Season:

Do you think you or your child may have allergies?
If you or your child experience sneezing, stuffy or runny nose, itchy watery eyes,
or coughing which gets worse and re-occurs in the spring time or fall time,
then you may have the seasonal allergies to pollens.
Pollens are the tiny airborne particles given off by trees, weeds, and grasses.
There area some basic steps you can take to limit exposure to your allergic triggers-
-Shower after working out- wash your hair, eyes and eye lashes,
-Take allergy medicines 30 minutes before going outdoors.
– stay indoors when pollen counts are high for pollens you are allergic to.
Check reports for pollen count forecasts or log on to
– At home and when driving, keep windows closed, and when possible use air conditioner.
Call the office and book an appointment for your child to get checked or get refills for medicines.
If your child is already diagnosed with seasonal allergies, my advice is to start the allergy medicines March 15
and continue daily through May for spring time allergy.

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