As summer winds down, some of us will notice more sniffing and sneezing. Fall allergies will start to reappear real soon. If things like ragweed leave your eyes and nose itchy, doctors say now — before allergy season goes into full swing — is a good time to start taking your antihistamines, nasal sprays and eye drops.
Can you feel it? Allergy season is here, which means you’re likely to hear a lot more sneezing outside in the Twin Cities. We want you to breathe easy in the coming months, so we sought out an allergist to educate us on what we are doing right and wrong when it comes to allergies.
Allergy season is in full swing. If you want to avoid standard medications, or just want to try something different, there’s a new treatment in Minneapolis that is offering relief from suffering allergies and other ailments. It’s called the Salt Cave.
It’s spring allergy season, and we’re hearing more and more sneezing everywhere. There’s the pain of the anticipation before the sneeze, and then the relief after. So, why does sneezing feel so good?