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Ah, spring! Say hello to sunshine, warm breezes and allergies. Wheezing, sneezing and congestion come with the season for those unfortunate people who react to spring pollens, and relief is promised in many forms at the local drugstore. Nasal sprays are among the most commonly used allergy medications.
Many people suffer from seasonal allergies caused by pollen. Yet for some people, being cooped up indoors all winter long is just as bad. Indoor allergens are a common cause of wheezing, sneezing, itchy eyes and other annoying symptoms.
If you live with or are close to someone who smokes, you probably want that person to quit for their own sake. It’s true that there are many immediate and long-term health benefits to smoking cessation. But by encouraging your loved one to quit, you also may be protecting your own health and well-being.