Claratin D 24 hour, or sometimes just Claratin (generic version) usually works for me, but the problem this time of year might be running the heat -- which dries out the air a lot, and overall lack of moisture. Amy has severe allergies, so we have to run a humidifier in the house. If you ARE running a humidifier, you need to clean it weekly to keep mold and spores from forming and getting shot into your air. Those can kick up your allergies.
I also recently changed the filter on my heat/AC intakes. You're supposed to do that seasonally so the dust and cruft in your air doesn't recirculate through the house when you're running heat (or AC). I put in one that is supposed to catch the most allergens.
Yeah I almost went and got a humidifier on Monday....but then I thought...."well we are coming out of the dry season", but I think that was a mistake.
I think I will pick one up this weekend. I did change the air filters in the house. I did not know they made air filters that are good for most allergies. I will
have to search those out. Good advice.....thanks!