The same allergens that trigger allergy symptoms
in homes can also show up at school. Pollen and mold spores can float in from outdoors.
Mold and mildew can grow in locker rooms or other damp places. Pet dander can tagalong
on students’ clothing, or become airborne from classroom animals. And dust can hide
in lockers, cubbies and books. However, you can help minimize your child’s nasal allergies
throughout the school year by staying alert to their triggers and planning ahead. Before
the school year begins, consult your child’s doctor for help developing a management plan,
which typically involves avoiding allergens and taking medication when symptoms appear.
Discuss your plan with teachers, coaches and school administrators, and make sure to follow-up
in writing. If you notice potential allergy triggers at school, alert school officiants
and talk with your child about recognizing and avoiding allergens while at school. With
a few simple steps, you can help your child keep allergies in check so they can focus
on making the grade. Try Zytrec tablets. They relieve allergy symptoms. For adults and kids,
six years and older.