Hay fever, how to cure it
Hay fever is an allergic rhinitis caused by pollen from certain plants. The symptoms associated with this cold are different and quite annoying, such as nasal congestion, red eyes, frequent sneezing, itchy nose and eyes, runny nose, excessive tearing, asthma.
Do not go out on days when there is a lot of pollen
Surely to limit the possibility of catching hay fever, it is advisable not to go out on days when there is a lot of pollen around and, if this cannot be avoided, once you get home, take a shower and wash all the worn clothing.
As for a treatment to cure themselves, surely the antihistamine (in nasal tablets or spray) but also Mastocytes stabilizers (in the form of drops for the eyes) and i glucocorticoids, they help to relieve the most typical symptoms such as sneezing, colds and tearing.
In any case, it is always better to consult your doctor or ask the pharmacist for advice because they will provide the best care to get rid of the symptoms.
Even because, an unreserved or treated hay cold cold It can, in the long term, lead to an allergic asthma or bronchial asthma.
In addition to the treatment with “traditional” medicines, there are gods natural remedies In order to contrast the cold from hay such as acupuncture, phytotherapy and homeopathy.
Some essential oils they help in cases of swollen mucous membranes or can give relief for eye discomfort (for example mint and lavender).
Or, according to a study byOtolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery of the Mayo Clinic, washings with water and salt can be carried out twice a day: you need a pinch of salt in a cup of warm water and, with a syringe without a needle, you need to spray the liquid into the nostrils with the head bent side on the sink.
For the symptom of a runny nose, however, many otolaryngologists and homeopaths recommend using water and bicarbonate of soda (a liter of boiling water with half a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda) and breathing the steam by covering your head with a towel.