See how the changing weather can affect your seasonal allergies and learn about ways to help keep allergy symptoms in check.
Try to avoid outdoors activities on hot dry days when pollen counts are higher.
When it's humid outside, try to keep your home humidity levels at less than 50% to prevent indoor mold and dust mites from thriving.
Head outdoors after a long, heavy spell of rain when most pollen has been washed out of the air.
Wear sunglasses if it's windy to avoid all pollen and mold spores that are flying around.
Clean your home often when you're stuck indoors to reduce your exposure to indoor allergens.