My real question is how to deal with environmentally friendly or seasonal allergies? I am aware that such things as mold, pollen, and dirt can be triggers. It seems to me these are harder to prevent because i is able to keep my home and also make use of an air purifier, but I am unable to control these allergens outside and anywhere else that we go. At all like me from my home more than We are in it, this looks like it could be a problem. I've struggled with seasonal allergies like a kid as well as had asthma. The classic symptoms for example runny nose, itchy throat, come several times a year and try to vanish entirely right after days of clariton. I was wondering what the best long lasting treatment solutions are to assist with tics and overall health? Allergy shots? Regular anti-histamine use? Daily Quercetin? Thanks ahead of time!View Thread
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