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Hay Fever Relief: It's easier than you think.

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Hay fever is an overwhelmingly stressful allergic reaction that can be difficult to manage and control. A limited understanding of its causes and treatment options can add to your stress and prolong your suffering.

Here we provide you with thoroughly researched information and resources so that you are well prepared to combat -or prevent- your symptoms before the next time they strike.

What is Hay Fever?

Hay Fever is an allergic reaction to airborne allergens that afflicts millions of people every year. Known formally as allergic rhinitis, it is estimated to affect up to 60 million people in the United States alone. In addition, its prevalence is growing rapidly and afflicting people of younger ages every year!.

Hay Fever Symptoms

Symptoms include:

  • Runny nose
  • Itchy Eyes
  • Itchy Throat

For a comprehensive list, see our page on Hay Fever Symptoms.

Although it's not a life threatening condition, the symptoms can be very frustrating and stressful as it dimishes performance at both the workplace and at school.

For more information on allergic rhintis, when it occurs, and how hay fever got its name, see our What is Hay Fever page.

What are the Best Treatments?

Many products can be used for hay fever relief

While there are dozens of potential Hay Fever Treatments, one of the methods that we have found most beneficial is the use of an air purifier for removing potential allergens before you even come in contact with them.

We have also researched many other treatment options such as medications, immunotherapy, natural remedies, environmental prevention, and other alternative treatments.

Overall, the best way for you to relieve your symptoms allergic reactions is with complete avoidance of all relevant allergens. However, this can be difficult even at home, if you don't know what to do.

For Example: A recent survey conducted by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences found that over 50% of homes in the United States had at least six detectable allergens present that can cause an allergic reaction!

However, this does not need to be the case in your home. There are many steps you can take on a daily basis to limit your exposure and clean up your living areas.

Following proper cleaning tips and avoidance methods, you can significantly reduce your allergy symptoms.

Education Goes a Long Way

An essential component of managing your allergies includes education. Educating yourself on prevention, treatments and medications can make a big difference in lifestyle improvement. Our goal is to provide you with all the pertinent information needed to prevent and alleviate your symptoms.

In this site, you will find answers to...

  • What exactly is hay fever?
  • What are the primary causes and how to avoid them?
  • What are the best methods for treating my symptoms?
  • Are there any means of prevention that I can take before my symptoms strike?
  • How do I identify what I'm allergic to so that I know how to avoid it?
  • What are the best medications for relief?
  • Are there natural or alternative treatments that don't involve drugs or medications?
  • And many more...