Pollen allergy is a common problem. It can be countered in a number of ways. The non-medical tips include keeping doors and windows closed to avoid pollen and rinsing your body with salt water. Use nasal strips at bedtime to beat congestion. Medical approach involves nasal sprays, eye drops and anti histamine tablets. Anti histamines cause drowsiness as a side effect. There are new under-the-tongue tablets for countering grass allergies. But their effect wanes out after one season. Anti allergic shot is the best bet when other treatments do not work. Prevention, however, is the best cure for seasonal allergy.
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