You can help prevent attacks of hay fever by reducing your exposure to the suspected allergens. It helps to:
Stay indoors as much as possible during months when you know that your hay fever symptoms will flare. Remember that pollen counts tend to be highest before 10 a.m. and after sunset, so schedule any outdoor activities for low-pollen hours. Early afternoon usually is best.
Keep windows closed, especially bedroom windows. Run an air conditioner...
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