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After the snowy, cold days of winter are behind us, many seniors are happy to see the first signs of spring. Spotting the first returning robin of the year means warmer days are on the horizon. That helps boost the spirit.
Unfortunately, birds aren’t the only things that return in spring. Grass and pollen-producing plants also reappear. For seniors who suffer from spring allergies, scratchy eyes, a running nose, and fever are common. A rising pollen count may also aggravate cardiac and pulmonary conditions.
Seniors have unique challenges when it comes to spring allergy season. Over-the-counter medications often increase blood pressure or interfere with prescription medications.
Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to help prevent spring allergies.
6 Tips for Seniors to Ease Suffering from Spring Allergies
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