Spring-time weather typically comes with itchy eyes and runny noses, for people who are living with allergies. But there are a few things you can do to feel a little better.
CNN rounded up some helpful advice from allergists to help you avoid certain triggers.
One of the biggest things you can do is to start taking antihistamines before you get allergy symptoms.
For most people, tree and grass pollen is to blame for those horrible allergies.
Keep your windows closed in the morning when the pollen count is high.
Also, change your air conditioning filters to remove pollen, dust and mold. You may also want to consider buying an air purifier with a filter.
Another tip... wear sunglasses. They can block allergens in the air from getting into your eyes.
And finally, take an antihistamine before bed. It could help you wake up free of any allergy symptoms.