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3 tips for remembering to take your allergy medicine

There are many medications that can help ease the symptoms of allergies, but it's important to remember to take them regularly.

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America estimates that there are approximately 50 million people in the United States suffering from allergies. If you're one of these individuals, chances are you know how difficult it can be to prevent and treat your symptoms. Fortunately, there are many medications that help combat different types of allergens and make a huge difference in a person's daily comfort and health. However, in order for these treatments to work, it's up to you to remember to take them consistently according to your doctor's orders. 

If you find yourself forgetting about your allergy medicine on a regular basis, you may want to consider following these tips: 

Carrying it with you – Unexpected events can come up – such as having to stay late at work, for example, causing you to be stuck somewhere away from your home. With this in mind, it's a good idea to keep some medication on you at all times. 

Setting an alert on your phone – These days, most people have their cell phones with them throughout the day, and these devices give you the opportunity to set daily alarms or alerts. 

Taking it at the same time each day - Unless your doctor has suggested otherwise, this can help you get into a routine and subconsciously remember that it's time to take your next pill. 

In addition to taking medication to treat your symptoms, there are allergy products available on the Allergy Be Gone website that can make it easier to live with this affliction. Consider purchasing a whole house air purifier, which removes common irritants directly from the air. 

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