BEATING FALL ALLERGIES

Make checking the pollen count part of your morning routine

Drive to work with windows up to decrease exposure to pollen

Don't walk through leaf piles; they attract moisture, so mold can flourish

Wash your hands to decrease lingering pollen/dander

Keep your desk clean and uncluttered to lower the risk of mold and dust

Shower and change clothes to decrease tracking pollen

Turn on dehumidifier to decrease dust and mold (they grow with moisture)

Keep temp no higher than 72 degrees; mold grows in warmth

Wash sheets to decrease lingering ragweed pollen

Keep windows closed overnight

Take Flonase Sensimist once a day. It delivers powerful 24-hour non-drowsy allergy relief in a gentle mist.