There are many people suffering from allergy symptoms, so surviving this season of high pollen counts requires some effort. From weeds to grass and tree pollens, the warm weather is arriving and driving airborne allergen levels through the roof.
This means that allergy symptoms, like sniffling, sneezing, and itchy eyes are in vogue and going into overdrive, so get ready because its here to stay that way for quite a while.
What can you do? City Island Images recommends good old fashioned home remedies.
KISS, Keep it short and simple: A saltwater nose spray can be a springtime allergy sufferer's all-natural ally.Mix 8 ounces of water with half a teaspoon of table salt in a squirt bottle, then let the spraying begin.