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Some common things can make your symptoms worse, according to immunologist Dr. Clifford Bassett. 

For example: Hair gel. It’s sticky and collects pollen throughout the day, which can end up spread all over your pillow and face at night. 

And if you have a pollen allergy, avoid eating celery. There’s a protein in celery that’s very similar to pollen. It can confuse your immune system, making symptoms worse. And that goes for cooked celery too, so avoid it in soups.

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