According to WebMD, 35 million Americans suffer from hay fever, which causes sinus pressure, a runny nose, and other uncomfortable symptoms.
While some allergies are difficult to diagnose, there are ways to make sure you don’t suffer year after year.
Most often, doctors subscribe over-the-counter medications, like antihistamines, decongestants, and nasal sprays, which can relieve symptoms quickly and painlessly.
With those who suffer from severe allergies, tests can be done to determine what exactly a person is allergic to, to help develop the best possible treatment.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a treatment that is a ‘cure-all’ solution; however, WebMD has a few tips to keep in mind, to help ease the suffering of those uncomfortable and sometimes painful symptoms of seasonal allergies:
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