BRITAIN is in the grip of hay fever hell thanks to the heatwave. Victims include people who have never suffered with an allergy to pollen before. The Met Office says the pollen count has been stuck at very high for at least a week, with no relief in sight.
GETTY Britons that NEVER had hay fever are falling victim due to the heatwave And one forecast says it could last until the middle of next month. Inquiries about hay fever – or allergic rhinitis – to the NHS website are up by 43 per cent this June compared with the same period last year. […]
HOW TO get rid of hay fever: Sufferers are being told to prepare this week for the highest pollen count in over a decade. So what’s the best way to get rid of itchy eyes and a runny nose?
HAY fever symptoms include headaches, watery eyes, runny noses and sneezing. You should antihistamine medication and hay fever tablets to your diet now, as the pollen allergy season officially starts this week, a leading hay fever expert has warned.
Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen – a fine powder that comes from plants, according to the NHS. Patients usually have a reaction to pollen if it comes into contact with their mouth, nose, eyes or throat. Hay fever symptoms can include watery eyes, loss of smell, headaches, and a blocked nose. The […]
Hay fever symptoms are triggered when the pollen count is high, and with British summer fast approaching, sufferers may be interested to know what areas of the UK tend to be worst hit. Grass pollen is the main trigger for hay fever, with the season running from late May until early August. But hay fever […]
HAY FEVER symptoms include frequent sneezing, a runny or blocked nose, and itchy, red or watery eyes. With pollen season set to run until early August, it’s useful to know which areas in the UK affect sufferers the most and the best way to relieve irritation.
BRITAIN is sitting on a “hay-fever time bomb” with mild weather following weeks of bitter cold now threatening a pollen explosion.
HAY fever symptoms may be worse for people allergic to pollen this weekend, the Met Office has warned. Here’s how to prevent your runny noses and watery eyes as pollen levels rise.
HAY FEVER sufferers can “suppress” their condition if they take pollen pills or undergo injections for three years, new research suggests. Daily Express :: Health Feed