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Do you still have a chalkboard in your classroom? I asked to be given a classroom without one and it made a huge difference. It might be worth having you allergy diagnosed and then you could talk to admin about minimizing your exposure if possible.
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What type of allergy meds are you taking? Have you tried allergy testing and maybe shots? I take them weekly to help me with mine.
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The difference between my symptoms during the school year is so great compared to when I am not in the building that I know the classroom has so much to do with my flare ups.
What do you think? Any ideas about preventing the allergy triggers?
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