Avoid the outdoors in the morningiStock/Petar Chernaev
Not only do many people with allergies experience more sneezing and itching in the morning, but many trees release their pollen in the air at first light, and ragweed pollen tends to fly most thickly at midday—when it’ll stick to your clothes and get carried indoors. If you want to work out, do it later in the day. These 12 natural allergy remedies provide relief.
Change your clothes and shower when you come indoorsiStock/Central IT Alliance
Even if you don’t feel dirty, pollen clings to your hair and clothes where it can easily irritate your nose and eyes, and contribute to indoor air pollution. Don’t have time for quick rinse? At least wash your hands to remove lingering pollen, especially before making contact with food or your face.