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Flonase Allergy Relief lets you enjoy the outdoors again and now Flonase wants you to enjoy it even more by giving one lucky Boston listener an Ultimate Outdoor Package filled with the top of the line camping equipment valued at $2,000!!

 

PLUS…ALL entries are automatically entered to win a FABULOUS Grand Prize Trip for 4 to BEAUTIFUL Hawaii to smell the flowers and enjoy the outdoors with Flonase Allergy Relief.

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Here are some great allergy tips from Flonase!

Indoors: Mold, pet dander, and dust mites are the most common culprits of fall allergies. In most situations, the key is avoidance.

Keep Dust-mites away - Dust mites survive on the skin we shed. So if a dust-mite allergy is the problem, wash your bed sheets weekly in hot water (above 130 degrees) and invest in allergen-reducing mattress covers.

Get a dehumidifier - Dust mites and molds flourish in a humid environment.  Keep your indoor humidity level between 30–40 percent with the help of a humidifier or dehumidifier, to help prevent the growth of mold and mites.

Limit rugs – Limit throw rugs to reduce dust and mold.  If you do have rugs, make sure they are washable.

 

Outdoors: Perform an indoor and outdoor survey of the house every month to look for visible mold and identify areas at high risk for mold formation, such as a pile of firewood close to the house or an area of the basement with a musty odor.

Check the Weather - Tree, grass and ragweed thrive during cool nights and warm days.

Consider a Less Intense Exercise - Sometimes, opt for less intense activities. If the pollen count or pollution levels are high, skip your usual jog or bike ride and choose a less intense form of exercise.

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