3 Ways You Need to Know to Avoid Hay Fever Symptoms

Hay fever symptoms

Hay fever symptoms

Having itchy eyes, a clogged up or runny nose, sneezing, chest congestion and sudden cough? There are hay fever symptoms. You might be suffering from hay fever!

Hay fever, otherwise known as allergic rhinitis, is the human body’s normal reaction to allergens. You know, hay fever season is hard to predict because it may cause by different types of allergens from trees, weeds or glass.

You see, it is actually a normal and otherwise healthy defense mechanism of the human body against pollen, dust and even pet dander. Although having hay fever is quite normal, it can be a very inconvenient health situation.

Here are a few tips that can help prevent you from having to bear with hay fever.

Pollen and dust

Pollen and dust that cause allergic rhinitis

  • Avoid pollen. Pollen is the number one cause for most cases of hay fever. You can do this by wearing a mask when doing outdoor activities in the spring or summer (the season with most pollen) like mowing the lawn, raking dried leaves and gardening. Avoid inhaling pollen during days with strong winds and even when you are in your car by closing the windows a bit. You can also protect your eyes by wearing sunglasses. Lastly, avoid bringing in fresh flowers into the house.
  • Avoid dust and dust mites. Clean your carpet regularly with the use of a powerful vacuum cleaner. You can also remove dust and dust mites from your bed linens by beating comforters and mattresses with a paddle. Just make sure to wear a mask while doing this and to do the paddling outside to keep the dust and dust mites out of the house.
  • Avoid pet dander by giving your pet a regular bath. As much as possible, don’t let them inside your bedroom and designate a permanent place for them to take their rest.

I hope you learned something to prevent hay fever in the spring time. Please share this blog with your friends and family.


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