Can't Stop Sneezing? Hay Fever Self-Help Browns Guide
The most effective method in controlling hay fever is to avoid any exposure to pollen. This is a lot easier said than done but if you follow some of our tips below we may just help stop the sneezing.
Avoid the outdoors late morning and late afternoon
Staying indoors when the pollen count is high will logically reduce your risk of hay fever.
Smoking affects the normal regulation of the clearance and thickness of mucous in the airways, meaning you are more at risk of allergens staying in the system long enough to cause symptoms.
Stop mowing the lawn
Mowing the lawn releases millions of allergens into the air, putting you at increased risk of hay fever, so take a well-earnt rest and put your feet up instead.
Get to the beach
Who doesn’t love the feeling of getting to the seaside and feeling that ocean spray across your face? Pollen. Not only does the sea-breeze clear allergens from the air but saltwater can also have a beneficial effect at restoring the normal clearance of mucous, key to the normal functioning of the nose.
Cover your eyes
Wearing wraparound sunglasses will stop pollen from getting into your eyes while you are outside. Even if you don’t have wraparound sunglasses, by wearing a pair of glasses you will give your eyes more protection than not wearing anything.
Close your windows
Prevent any allergens from getting inside your house particularly when the pollen count is high in the late morning and late afternoon.
Spray, Spray, Spray
Becodefence is drug free solution that helps stop symptoms from developing and getting worse. A non-drowsy formula which when shaken up becomes a fluid that is easy to disperse which then settles back onto the nasal lining as a gel to block allergen contact.