Hay Fever

Managing Hay Fever Symptoms

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Best Tips For Managing Hay Fever Symptoms

“Hay fever” or seasonal allergic rhinitis affects millions of people around the world. Most common in early spring, hay fever symptoms develop as a reaction to allergens (allergy-causing substances) in the air, most notably to pollens in the early spring.

Hay Fever Triggers

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Hay Fever Triggers And Symptoms; How To Avoid Them.

There is no proven way to avoid getting hay fever, but you can prevent allergy symptoms by avoiding the hay fever triggers, that start your reactions.

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While the evidence is not clear yet, doctors think reducing a child’s exposure to allergy-causing substances such as dust mites may help delay or prevent inheriting hay fever.

How Hay Fever Affects The Body

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Hay Fever? What Is It?

Hay Fever or as it is also known, Allergic Rhinitis, occurs when your immune system overreacts to particles in the air that you breathe — you are allergic to them. Your immune system attacks the particles in your body, causing symptoms such as sneezing and a runny nose.