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Posted on 04-16-2017
Chirping birds, blooming flowers, and warmer weather are just a few of the things we look forward to when spring comes around. We must admit though, there is one thing about the season that’s not particularly appealing, and that’s allergies.
The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology states that approximately 50 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies. Many of you have experienced it… you walk outside to enjoy the fresh air of a new spring day, only to find yourself sneezing and congested soon after. Not only that, but your eyes suffer too!
If you struggle with allergies, your eyes might experience the following symptoms:
We know that nothing can ruin your spring fever quite like an allergy attack, so read on to find out ways to protect yourself this season!
The best way to treat allergies is prevention. Here are some tips to protect your eyes when seasonal allergies strike!
We know how difficult spring can be for some of our patients because of allergies. We want you to know that we’re here for you! If you feel that the above tips aren’t helping you, come into our office and we can evaluate your eyes for more personalized treatment and prescribe stronger eye drops.
Keep in mind that many eye infections can mimic the symptoms of eye allergies. So, if you’ve never had seasonal allergies and suddenly experience them or you’re simply unsure, come get your eyes checked. We’re here to get you through allergy season with a smile on your face!
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