Top Tips for Managing Hay Fever and Allergy Symptoms

2023-06-17 09:51:26

Hay fever is an allergic reaction to some things, as the human body produces antibodies in response to certain stimuli such as pollen, and its symptoms include sneezing, itchy eyes, tears, and a stuffy nose.

“A lot of people are suffering from hay fever now just because the pollen count is high, partly due to climate change,” says Nissa Aslam, MD, from the UK’s Dermatological Life Sciences Foundation.

She added: ‘People with hay fever often have a family history of not only hay fever, but also skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis, which are often caused by problems with the immune system.’

Symptoms:

stuffy nose

Tears, itching and redness in the eyes.

sneeze

Cough.

extreme exhaustion

Frequent headaches.

Difficulty concentrating.

What can you do if you have hay fever right now?

The first step is to avoid exposure to the pollen that affects you the most.

Natural nasal sprays can help prevent symptoms of hay fever and other types of allergic rhinitis.

Ointments such as Vaseline can act as a barrier around your nose to trap pollen and ease puffy skin.

Take a shower and change your clothes to remove pollen.

Wear sunglasses to prevent pollen from getting into your eyes.

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