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Did you know that autumn is one of the worst times of the year for people who suffer from allergies? Most people think spring when it comes to itchy,red eyes and other allergic discomforts, but fall can trigger symptoms that are just as strong. Here are some tips to help minimize your eye allergy symptoms as the leaves change:
- Pay attention to pollen reports. Check weather.com to see when the pollen counts are high and you need to stay inside. Ragweed tends to be the most common allergy trigger in the fall.
- Keep those windows rolled up. If you find your eyes burning and swelling on a pretty fall day, it may be that you’re enjoying the weather a little too much. Although it can be tempting roll down your car windows and let the cool air in, you may be encouraging your allergy symptoms.
- Wear sunglasses. A pair of shades won’t conquer your allergies, but protective eyewear offers an easy way to keep pollen out of your eyes and help lessen the severity of itchiness or redness.