Ask ChicagoNow: What do you do for relief during allergy season in Chicago?

Ask ChicagoNow: What do you do for relief during allergy season in Chicago?

ChicagoNow is a group of bloggers from all sorts of different backgrounds.

With so much collective experience, we've decided to put that knowledge to use by posing some of the oldest and most popular questions to the group.

What do you do for relief during allergy season in Chicago?

"Clean air machine, plus limiting exposure to the allergen. I refuse to take any sort of pill for it." — Jayson J Crady, Confessions of a Coffeholic!

"Allergy shots. Even with them, I'm barely functional at this time of year. Allegra-D. Singulair. Flonase. Mucinex when things are really terrible." — Amy Litterski, Scribbling of Thoughts

"Generic Claritin, every day of my life, with an ibuprofen chaser!" — Alison Moran, Token Female

"The three 'A's: Allegra, Azalestine and air conditioning." — Teme Ring, Comedians Defying Gravity

"Sudafed and sadly keep the windows closed." — Susan Schulhof, Looking for the Good

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