Spring is notorious to allergy-sufferers, prompting many of the afflicted to turn to experts to guide them through this uncomfortable phase.
One Virginia resident asked CNNHealth expert Dr. Jennifer Shu how to best treat itchy eyes, a symptom which is triggered by springtime allergies and which hasn't responded ideally to oral medications.
"Oral medications can help counteract all of these allergy symptoms, but if you have only itchy eyes, there are some treatments that may help you that won't make you drowsy," Shu replied. "First, try to avoid environmental allergens by keeping the windows of your home and car closed, and consider the use of an air filter."
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