2. Keep an eye on pollen counts. Usually pollen counts are lower in the early morning or the late evening. They are generally higher in the middle of the day.
3. Pollens and mold are very seasonal. Watch the calendar because many pollen “seasons” only last for one month in the late spring or early summer. Avoid dry, breezy days. Cool, damp days have a lower pollen count.
4. Wear sunglasses. Not for the sunshine, but because they will help keep allergens out of your eyes.
After being exposed to outdoor allergens it is important to clean up as soon as possible. You should change your clothing and shower or bathe to remove any allergens from your hair and skin.