Common Treatments for Spring Allergy Symptoms Reviewed

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With spring approaching, MD247 issued an informational statement to its telemedicine program members and spring allergy sufferers throughout the United States. The notice was set to coincide with the time of year that is typically associated with warmer weather, flowers and trees blooming and winds kicking-up the pollen that is in the air.

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Common Allergy Treatments for Spring Allergy Symptoms.

With spring approaching, MD247 issued an informational statement to its telemedicine program members and spring allergy sufferers throughout the United States. The notice was set to coincide with the time of year that is typically associated with warmer weather, flowers and trees blooming and winds kicking-up the pollen that is in the air.

MD247 explained that spring allergies occur when the immune system overreacts to a substance that does not bother most people. In the spring, it is pollen that bothers most spring allergy sufferers. It is possible for dust mites, dust or pet dander to cause problems through the entire calendar. If allergy symptoms have telemedicine program members feeling terrible, there are four suggested treatments that can help bring relief.

MD247 explained that spring allergy sufferers can find relief by:

  • Irrigating the nasal passages using saltwater.
  • Medicating with an Over the Counter allergy medication like Zyrtec.
  • Talk to a doctor about acquiring a prescription nasal spray or eye drops.
  • Medicating with an Over the Counter decongestant like Sudafed or Actifed.

MD247 encouraged all people reading the alert to consider seeking direct medical attention regarding spring allergy symptoms. The telemedicine provider explained that it is often a good idea to talk to a doctor about questions and concerns that spring allergy symptoms may bring to the surface.

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