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7 Sneaky Signs Your Allergy Medicine Isn’t Working

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Why allergies are out of control

If you feel like you’re having the worst allergy season ever, it’s not just you: 20 to 30 percent of Canadians suffer from seasonal allergies, and allergists are already reporting that this year is a brutal one for those who experience hay fever allergies. You can blame climate change, as well as a delayed spring in some parts of the country, which is causing everything to bloom all at once. If you’re taking an antihistamine but still feel miserable, you may need to switch up what you’re taking or how you’re taking it, says Tania Elliott, MD, an allergist in New York City, an associate attending physician at NYU Langone Health, and a national spokesperson for the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI). Now, it’s time to pay attention to your body’s signals when it needs better allergy management.(Learn about the worst Canadian cities for allergies.)

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