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Spring 2013 Looks Dismal for Allergy Suffers recently reported that spring 2013 will, most likely, be one of the worst allergy seasons to date. Factors in this prediction include large amounts of powerful pollens brought by climate change and increased greenhouse gases.

The article includes tips for how to prepare for rough spring allergies:

  • Start early with over-the-counter medications.
  • Keep an eye on the pollen count and stay indoors on days it appears high.
  • Wear oversized sunglasses to prevent airborne pollens and molds from entering your eyes.
  • Use a wide-brimmed hat to block pollen from sticking to hair gels and sprays (which act as a "pollen magnet").
  • Shower before bed to rinse pollen from hair and skin, as allergies can prevent you from catching a good night’s sleep.

Another preventative method to avoid allergens this spring is a mattress encasement. Protect-A-Bed offers a variety of products that can protect allergy suffers from a variety of allergens, including dust mites. For more information on these products, visit

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