I have always been on allergy high alert, I have been seriously allergic to tree nuts and peanuts for my whole life. As I have gotten older my allergies do seem to have gotten worse. I can now add pet hair, dust, kiwis, pollen and mould spores to my ever-increasing list. Seasonal allergic rhinitis, more commonly known as hayfever, affects sufferers mostly between May and August when the grass pollen levels are at their highest.
Acute symptoms can affect your quality of life and your ability to do typical day-to-day tasks. I had one year that my symptoms were so bad that I hardly made it into work for six months.
Despite affecting most people in the summer months, other airborne allergens can cause the same symptoms. extending the season from as early as February through to as late as November. Think weeds, tree pollens, or moulds.
If you are like me, you are unlucky enough, to have hayfever like symptoms all year round, its time to get serious about improving your symptoms. I simply don’t have time to be ill with the misery of allergic rhinitis. If your symptoms are year-round, you may be reacting to other common substances that we find in our homes. Pet allergens, dust mites or mould spores can be responsible for perennial rhinitis, causing people to have cold-like symptoms all year round.
There are, however, many things that you can do to help reduce your exposure to allergens. These can have a positive effect on reducing your allergic rhinitis symptoms. They have even reduced the amount of medication that I have to take.
I hope that you can reduce your symptoms with these few simple must-haves and enjoy a happier and healthier life. They are all in stock and all available from Boots.
Allergic Rhinitis – The Hero Products
If you only buy one product make it this one. NeilMed Sinus Rinse has truly changed my life. I use this twice a day, every day. I honesty believe it has cut down the amount of anti histamine I take.