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Health.com: Home Remedies for Allergies: What Works?

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Showering

Anyone who has even been stuffed-up knows the impressive ability of a steaming hot shower to soothe sinuses and clear nasal passages, if only temporarily. But showers offer an added benefit for springtime allergy sufferers. A quick rinse after spending time outdoors can help remove allergens from your skin and hair—and prevent them from spreading to clothes, furniture, pillowcases, and other surfaces where they're likely to dog you.

This is especially true if you've been gardening. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology recommends stripping off your shoes and clothes and showering immediately if you've been weeding, pruning, or planting.

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