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what are the best ways to manage fatigue from seasonal allergies? i take nasacort to help with congestion and zyrtec to manage itching and sneezing, but i continue to have somewhat of an allergy fog when pollen counts are high.

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Dr. Guha Krishnaswamy
28 years experience Allergy and Immunology
Avoidance : Judicious avoidance. Avoid outdoor camping. Prolonged exposure. Keep windows closed. Turn A/C on. If very severe consider adding azelastine spray to nasal steroids. Consider allergy shots. Make sure there is no other cause including thyroid disease anemia etc
Answered on May 14, 2020

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