Making the Most of Outdoor Fun
Whether you’re going on a haunted hay ride through a pumpkin patch, picking apples at a local orchard or just playing a friendly game of tag football in the yard, these quick relief tips can help reduce your exposure to fall allergens so you can enjoy more of the season outdoors.
counts are usually highest on dry, hot and windy days. So, it’s a good idea to avoid outdoor activities as much as possible during these times.1 And be sure to keep an eye on pollen levels in your area so you know what to expect on any given day.
Dress the Part
'Tis the season to dress up. So, try out an incognito or Hollywood glam look with oversized glasses and a hat to help reduce the amount of and spores that land on your eyes and hair when you’re outdoors.
Keep it Outside
Your shoes, clothing and hair can all be pollen and mold magnets. To help limit the amounts of allergens that get tracked inside, remove your shoes and clothing and be sure to shower right away after returning home. If you don’t have time for a shower, at least wash your hands and face well.