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Seasonal Allergies and Your Eyes
Spring has sprung and that means the flowers, grass, and trees begin to bloom. Spring can take a toll on your eyes if you suffer from seasonal allergies. Help us share tips on how to ease the symptoms so your patients can enjoy the change in weather:
Press ‘Play’ on allergy relief. Dive into the world of Instagram Reels this month and create a video all about eye allergy relief. Remind patients that their annual eye exam is a great time to discuss eye relief for spring allergies. Learn more about Reels here.
Put some spring in patient sight. Consider sending an eye allergy relief-focused newsletter to your patients this month with helpful tips and tricks! When the sun is shining and the flowers are blooming, it’s hard to resist heading outdoors, but it's important for patients to keep their eyes protected. Find helpful patient newsletter tips here.
Spotlight on sports eye safety. Next month is Sports Eye Safety Month. With many kids starting sports in the spring, it’s important to talk to your patients about how proper eyewear can prevent allergies and eye injury and increase comfort and improve performance.
Subject Line: Relieve Your Allergy Eyes
Body: High levels of pollen, mold, dust, and other irritants can make for miserable eyes! These airborne allergens may be the primary culprit of watery, itchy eyes, but relief may be closer than you think. Check out these do-it-yourself remedies for mild cases of seasonal allergies.
Don’t let allergy season get you down. Talk to your eye doctor about more ways to combat eye allergy symptoms this spring!
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Recommended post: Spring is here and this may be the worst allergy season yet. We can thank heavy snow and rainfall for that. However, your eye doctor can offer ways to get ahead of those annoying symptoms. Make an appointment today if you suffer from itchy, watery, and red eyes. Your eyes will thank you for it. #allergyseason #wateryeyes #spring #springallergies