Hay Fever Relief
Hay Fever Causes & Symptoms
Hay fever allergy is the common name for an ailment that has been prevalent for centuries. To be more specific, it is allergic rhinitis, an allergy that affects the nasal tract and makes it difficult to lead a healthy happy life.
Interestingly, the term ‘hay fever’ is a misnomer for the condition. Allergic rhinitis isn’t triggered by hay. And the symptoms do not include fever. It is also commonly associated with spring, but the problem can occur anytime of the year.
What is allergic rhinitis? The nose is essentially a filter; it does not let substances such as dust pass through and enter the body. If you are allergic to any of the substances you inhale, the immune system treats it as a threat and reacts to it.
The allergen may be harmless, such as pollen. But the immune system considers it as a potential hazard and starts to release chemicals such as histamines that inflame the nasal passage to block out the allergen.
What causes it? Hay fever allergy is usually caused by pollen from trees, plants, grass and weeds. The tiny airborne particles enter the nose and set off a reaction that aims to protect the body from the allergen.
Allergic rhinitis may also be caused by household allergens such as mold spores, dust, fungus, pet dander, and so on. If these trigger the allergic reaction, you may suffer from the symptoms throughout the year.
What are its symptoms? Common signs of allergic rhinitis include a runny or stuffy nose, red, itchy and watery eyes, itchy nose, throat and ears, continuous sneezing and coughing, and irritating headaches.
At times, nasal congestion also makes it difficult to breathe through the nose. Instinctively, you breathe through the mouth, especially while you sleep. This affects normal sleeping patterns and makes you feel tired and unwell the next day.
Hay Fever Remedies
What to do to prevent hay fever? Most important task is to identify what triggers your allergy and keep away from it. However, limiting exposure to the allergen may not always be a feasible choice, especially if it means you have to stay indoors all the time.
In such circumstance, you need to focus on the do’s and don’ts.
- Do try to stay indoors at times when the pollen concentration is high.
- Don’t go to places such as parks, gardens, wooded areas, where the pollen count is high.
- Do shower and wash your hair when you come home.
- Don’t forget to clean your bedding regularly.
- Do opt to use NasalGuard Gel prior to, during, and after exposure to airborne allergens
How NasalGuard Gel Prevents Hay Fever
Allergy Blocking Gel is a safe and effective way to prevent the symptoms of hay fever allergy from making your life miserable. With regular use, you are sure to protect yourself from the allergens that trigger the reaction.
Who can use it? NasalGuard Gel is a safe, drug-free formula that is ideal for everyone. Even children, seniors, and pregnant women can use it to avoid the allergic rhinitis symptoms. (Yes. It is clinically proven and FDA Registered.)
How does it work? NasalGuard Gel creates an invisible barrier that defends your nasal passage. It blocks the allergens from entering your nose, thus sparing you from the allergic reaction. And women do not worry. It can be applied either directly on the skin or over makeup.
Why is it the right remedy? NasalGuard Gel effectively prevents allergens from entering your body, affecting your immune system and triggering an allergic reaction. With it, you can avoid the symptoms and suffering associated with seasonal or perennial hay fever allergy.
Remember: Prevention is better than cure; and that is what NasalGuard Allergy Blocking Gel accomplishes. This is a great way to enjoy freedom from allergies!
"Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever)", Allergist; Sponsored by the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
Trutek Corp. / NasalGuard 2016