Offer Your Expert Advice on Seasonal Allergies
Spring is finally here! It’s time to say goodbye to the cold weather, get outside, and shake off our cabin fever. Unfortunately, it is also time to say hello to spring allergies. Your patients are craving some sunshine, and with your useful advice on fighting seasonal allergies, they can enjoy more of it.
Millions of Americans suffer from itching, sneezing, and congestion—or worse—that accompanies exposure to seasonal allergens. The best approach to managing symptoms is to avoid the allergens that cause seasonal discomfort. Of course, that’s not always possible. Fortunately, there is a range of tips for relieving symptoms in patients’ homes and while they’re out and about.
Help your patients enjoy the great outdoors by discussing their symptoms and offering your expert advice. To help with your conversations, we’ve created a Smart-Take that highlights a few tips and ways to treat allergy symptoms. The Smart-Take is free to download, and you can make it your own by adding your pharmacy’s logo. If you’d like a custom version, send us an email with your logo.
Pharmacists and their teams are their communities’ most accessible members of their healthcare team. Make the most of that opportunity by offering relevant and timely health information. Not only will this help your patients live healthier lives, but it will also highlight your involvement in the community and attract more customers to your pharmacy.
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