8 Tips for Surviving Allergy Season | Angel Soft Giveaway #Sneezytime

This post was written by me on behalf of Angel Soft.

tips-for-surviving-allergy-seasoni wrote before how brutal this years allergy season has been on me. in fact, i am still suffering. my normal allergy symptoms have turned into a bad infection. luckily today, a nice trip to Urgent Care has landed me four different medications that will hopefully get me over this six week battle of my body vs. allergy season. and for the time being, i am curled up in bed with a box of Angel Soft® Facial Tissue, a cooling face mask and some herbal tea. i am on a mission to beat these allergies and finally feel well again. did i mention that i also sound like a manly horse. yep…I’M SICK.

are you someone like me ho suffers with allergies? here are some tips on how to make allergy season easier.

8-tips-for-surviving-allergy-seasonwash clothes, bedding and carpets often – pollen and allergens stick to fabrics. by washing your bedding and clothing often, and getting the carpets cleaned during allergy season, you can cut down on the pollens that are found in the fabric and fibers that surround you.

saline solution and nettie pots – wash away allergens from nasal passages with saline solution or a nettie pot. you can use either of these daily to keep those nasal passages clear.

take warm showers – by taking a warm shower, you are not only washing off all the pollens and allergens that have gathered on you skin, but you are also breathing in steam. steam helps to open up airways, clear nasal passages and relax the body.

peppermint – using peppermint as a natural anti-inflammatory and decongestant can give you some relief from allergies. you can drink a cup of hot peppermint tea, or use peppermint oil in a humidifier.

eat spicy foods – when you eta spicy foods, sinuses and tear ducts take action. this help clear our the allergens in the passages. hot peppers and wasabi are both spicy enough to do the trick.

stay indoors – getting some fresh air is not always a great idea. try to avoid going outside in times where pollen, dust and allergens are at there peak.

medication – don’t be afraid to take an anti-histamine or sinus pill. these are made to help the body block allergens from entering and also offer relief from allergy symptoms.

use soft facial tissues when blowing your nose – constantly blowing your nose can leave it red and raw. make sure to use soft tissue like Angel Soft® Facial Tissue that also has a lotion option to keep your nose happy. plus, how about saving some money on it. use this Angel Soft® coupon to get money off your next purchase of Angel Soft® Facial Tissues.


by following these tips, hopefully you can make it through allegory season a bit easier. i actually do most of these everyday to combat my symptoms. with three boys, i can’t let allergy season get me down.



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  1. Jessica To says:

    Angel Soft makes great products!

  2. Janice Cooper says:

    I try to go outside later in the day or take allergy medicine

  3. As I have gotten older allergies are developing so I am still in the learning process of how to deal with them.

  4. Jamie says:

    my allergy pills are really helpful

  5. Nicole Dz says:

    I deal with allergy by trying to avoid things that trigger them. I also have a air purifier in my home, and keep the nasal spray nearby and tons of tissue in the house. And I take allegra.

  6. Donice says:

    I change my high allergen furnace filter often and take Prescription allergy meds.

  7. Donna says:

    I take allergy pills

  8. Linda says:

    I haven’t exactly mastered it yet but it’s a blend of allergy pills, lots of water, facial wipes and tissues!

  9. Jessica To says:

    I try to use filters in my house for allergens and drink lots of water.

  10. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I Deal With Allergy Season By Taking Allergy Medication And Having Lot’s Of Tissue On Hand.

  11. Marie says:

    I use my allergy medication. Usually does the trick.

  12. Julie says:

    My allergies are very mild. If the pollen count is off the roof, I may have some sneezing issues but other than that I just make sure to either take an allergy pill or just bear through that day

  13. kellie rose wilson says:

    I take Zyrtec daily!

  14. Laura J says:

    I take meds when it gets bad…but I try to deal with it each day the best I can!!! Lots of tissues!

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  16. Birdiebee says:

    I have a lot of trouble and have to take a lot of medication.

  17. Susan Christy says:

    I try to stay indoors as much as possible, but when there is yard work I wear a mask, take OTC meds and use eye drops.

  18. Nicole Millheim says:

    I take allergy meds

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