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- A neti pot or a hot shower, for example, can help clear out nasal congestion. Many supposed "folk remedies" exist for treating or preventing allergies, but it's best to consult a doctor if you're serious about managing your symptoms.
- Tackling spring allergies
- Spring begins Saturday, but for many in the Inland Northwest, spring allergy season is already underway. So, how can you tell if that runny nose is allergies or the remains of cold and flu season? ABC's Chief Health and Medical expert Dr.
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- Then there is nasal irrigation like saline or neti pot irrigation. “I just started to get a lot of patients,” Spellman said. “A lot are going to their family doctors 'sick' and are put on antibiotics.
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- The Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals said that people should avoid getting water up their nose, while people who use neti pots should use sterile water only.
- How to fight your allergies before they take hold
- She suggests seeing your doctor, but also trying natural remedies like a neti pot or simply wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses to protect your face and eyes from pollen. “It creates a barrier between you and the pollen world,” she says.
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