Updated 24 May 2016

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Have you tried salt water?

If you are not a fan of allergy meds that make you foggy and sleepy, a saline nasal rinse can do the trick.

It helps clear allergens such as pollen from your nasal membranes which will minimise symptoms.

Read more about preventing allergies.


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