WASHINGTON, April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Millions of people
suffer from allergies every spring, including many children. In fact, according
to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, about 40 percent
of children in the United States suffer from allergic rhinitis, also known as
fever is triggered by breathing in allergens, like pollen, commonly found in
springtime air. Sneezing and nasal congestion are some of the most common
symptoms, but your symptoms can vary depending on the types of plants that grow
where you live.
following tips will help you minimize seasonal allergies in children, and learn
more about allergy treatments.
to Prevent Allergies in Children
If your child suffers from seasonal allergies, there are steps you can take to reduce their symptoms and decrease the use of medications:
During the spring, keep your children indoors in the evenings because pollen
levels are highest during that time of day.
Keep your home and car windows closed during windy, sunny days.
Have your children take a shower after spending time outside to remove any
pollen residue on their body or in their hair.