Treatment of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis is fairly straightforward. Stay indoors as much as possible, wear a face mask if needed, and make sure to change the filter in your home's air conditioner. You may also find relief from the symptoms of conjunctivitis by using artificial tears or allergy eye drops. Some people can take over-the-counter anti-histamines to prevent the symptoms. A cold compress to the eyes may also bring relief from swelling and itching.
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