Summer allergens can be handled with specific strategiesIndividuals who are prone to allergies could find some relief coming their way since the springtime mountain cedars and tree pollens have generally subsided as summertime is here.

Reducing exposure to outdoor venues during peak times, air conditioning, wearing masks, and closing the windows can be some of the strategies adopted by individuals for avoiding allergies, according to Dr. David Khan, associate professor of internal medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Despite the fact that pollen quantity in the air is not influenced by heat, it has the ability of stimulating the formation of ground-level ozone that can exacerbate allergy symptoms.