Tips to help fall allergies
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- Put your glasses on rather than wearing contacts. Also, consider cleaning your contacts more frequently, and with allergy-specific disinfectant to avoid any allergic reactions.
- Cool down your eyes with a wet washcloth rather than rubbing. It will help with inflammation.
- Plant cover crops in your garden to prevent ragweed from taking root. Cover crops, such as clover, rye and buckwheat, keep your soil healthy for next spring’s season, too!
- Stay-cations can be monitored for allergen levels. You can check the allergen levels of your hometown or Michigan stay-cation on the National Allergy Bureau’s website.