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HomeBlogFive Tips To Get Ahead Of Hay Fever

Five Tips To Get Ahead Of Hay Fever

By: Medix Team
Five Tips To Get Ahead Of Hay Fever

Globally, allergic rhinitis affects between 10%-30% of the population. Allergic rhinitis, more commonly known as hay fever, affects the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract resulting in a type of inflammation when the immune system overreacts to allergens in the air. It can often be triggered by a change in season, pollen, dust and other various environmental factors. Symptoms include a runny or stuffy nose, red, itchy, and watery eyes, and lots of sneezing. If you know that you suffer from episodes of hay fever here are five tips to keep you breathing easy this season:

  1. Take preventative measures – Don't let your symptoms go unattended. Speak to your doctor or healthcare professional about Allergen immunotherapy, Antihistamines and anti-allergy tablets, before your symptoms begin to flare up.

  2. Allergy-proof your home – Limit the amount of allergy triggers in your home by keeping windows closed when the pollen count is high. It is recommended to wash clothes as often as possible in hot water to remove allergens effectively. Frequently check bathrooms, kitchen and other areas prone to damp for mold and mildew and remove them with nontoxic detergents.

  3. Pet-friendly practices – It is preferable to keep pets away from bedrooms and off furniture as they carry allergens into the home after spending time outdoors.

  4. Avoid irritants – Certain environments can increase the symptoms of hay fever. It is best to avoid exposure to such triggers as secondhand smoke, insect sprays, freshly cut grass and household chemicals.

  5. Take extra caution if you are an Asthma sufferer – Pollen can exacerbate Asthma. It is recommended to carry preventative medication with you at all times and consult your Pulmonologist if you feel that your Asthma is not under control.


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