Each year, more than 36 million Americans fall prey to seasonal allergies, and for many, fall can be the worst time of year. This is because ragweed pollen and mold spores are out in abundance and these triggers can make your eyes, nose, and throat itch. Some trees and grasses also pollinate in autumn, and these can also increase discomfort once the summer months come to an end. While antihistamines and nasal sprays can usually help relieve some fall allergy symptoms, your best bet is to head off your fall allergies before they begin.
Here, ten tried and true methods to prevent fall allergies: