Pollen allergy: the “vaccination” against hay fever

When hazel and alder shed the first pollen in spring, the annual ordeal begins for many people – then the big sniffles and sneezes, the itchy and burning sensation set in. While public life is shifting outside, every fifth person in Germany has to say: stay at home or take medication. You suffer from hay fever, medically: allergic rhinitis. As common as this widespread disease is, many of those affected deal with it carelessly.

Experts speak of a downright trivialization. Hay fever is anything but trivial: More and more people are getting it, especially in industrialized countries. If left untreated, the symptoms can worsen and even develop into a threatening allergic asthma.


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