Spring is a season many people dread because that’s when their allergies act up. It’s a good idea to check the pollen count in your area before venturing outside, or spend time outdoors in the afternoon when pollen counts are lower.
Keeping the windows closed at home and in your car is another good way to limit exposure to pollen.
Another suggestion? Throw your clothes in the laundry hamper after being outdoors and rinse pollen from your skin and hair.
It’s also a good idea to dry your laundry indoors if you’re prone to allergies.
Installing high-efficiency filters on your air conditioning or heating system will help keep the air inside your home cleaner.