Summer is here. The weather is hot, and top of mind for most people is swimming in the pool or hitting the beach, or maybe looking forward to spending time with friends and families at outdoor barbeques and concerts.
Unfortunately, summer also means allergy season, and those fun outdoor activities you might be thinking of, all of a sudden don’t seem so fun anymore. After all, what fun is playing in the yard if you’re going to be sneezing and rubbing your eyes the whole time?
The good news for anyone suffering from mild to severe allergy symptoms is there are many things you can do that can help reduce and even eliminate the wheezes and sneezes of summertime allergies. Best of all, these are all-natural solutions to summertime allergies, so they don’t come with side effects like drowsiness or dizziness like many medications bring.
So just what can you do? Here are 10 ideas.