Allergy season information Over 35 million Americans experience seasonal allergies, especially during the spring time. The best way to deal with your allergies is to start taking medicine a few weeks before you anticipate experiencing symptoms according to television show "The DRs."Common seasonal allergy triggers include mold, pollen, trees, grass, and weeds. In order to help prevent seasonal allergies, try to avoid spending time outside during peak pollen hours, 6-10a and 4-7p. Also, it may help to invest in an air filter or to wash your clothes and hair before going to bed every night. Investing in prescription or OTC medications like antihistamines, nasal decongestants or a Neti Pot will also help to prepare for allergy season.