If you have Spring allergies, the doctor says NEVER do this

You may be tempted, but there’s one thing to stay away from if you have allergies.

Lots of us welcome the beginning of spring by opening our windows and letting the fresh air in.  But, Doctor Lily Pien with the Cleveland Clinic says that might be the last thing you want to do if you have spring allergies.

Doctor Pien says springtime allergies normally involve tree pollen.  The symptoms can start as early as February depending on what the weather is like where you live.  Folks with springtime allergies typically complain of nasal itching, sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes and more.  Doctor Pien says there are plenty of over-the counter allergy medications that can help relieve symptoms.  Just keep those windows closed!

Source; MetroSource