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Apr. 9—There is an actual haze over North Carolina cities this spring as the state is in the midst of its annual release of pollen. If you're one of the people who suffers itchy eyes and a runny nose, going outside right now could be a challenge. There are steps you can take to avoid the worst impacts of this annual event, though. Here's everything you need to know. When is pollen the worst? ...

Plagued at home by sneezing, an incessant runny nose and watery eyes? You may be one of 40 million people who suffer from indoor allergies, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Luckily, there are ways to get relief. With a bit of planning and a little extra work, your house can be a haven for those in your family with indoor allergies. Follow these steps to start breathing easier.

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This non-drowsy nasal spray contains 50mcg glucocorticoid, and is highly effective at tackling indoor and outdoor allergy symptoms, including sneezing, runny nose, itchy nose and nasal congestion.

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Everyone knows Advil as a reliable medicine brand, and they once again deliver with a powerful tablet for combating the most brutal allergy symptoms. The tablet packs 10mg phenylephrine HCI for nasal decongestion and 200mg ibuprofen for pain relief. It’s one of the best medications available for tackling multiple allergy and cold symptoms.

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If those allergies are making your sleep quality miserable, extra-strength nasal strips can help tremendously by opening the nasal passage to allow air to flow freely while you sleep.

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Allergies are annoying, so you want relief, and you want it fast. The Allegra Adult Non-Drowsy Antihistamine tablets begin working within an hour using the non-drowsy active ingredient fexofenadine.

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A heavy-hitter in the allergy medicine game, Claritin offers a 24-hour non-drowsy antihistamine that helps alleviate the most common allergy symptoms, such as runny nose, itchy eyes and sneezing.

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GoodSense offers an antihistamine allergy medicine with 10mg of cetirizine hydrochloride to provide up to 24 hours of indoor and outdoor relief.

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