1 Wear Shades – Wear oversized sunglasses to block airborne pollen from entering your eyes and eye lids that will cause redness, irritated and watery eyes.

2 Don’t Line Dry – Avoid line drying your clothes, especially bed linens, on a high-pollen day outdoors.

3 Work Out Indoors – Exercise indoors on very high-pollen days, especially if you’re sensitive to seasonal pollen in the air.

4 Know The Pollen Count – Pollen levels are usually highest on warm, dry, and windy days, so watch your local weather reports to identify days with higher allergy numbers.