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Hay fever and seasonal allergies: Natural remedies for relief

With spring and summer also comes an unwanted guest for many people: allergies. Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen from grass, trees or weeds. Hay fever and seasonal allergies are common problems that make life difficult for those affected. There are natural ways to reduce the symptoms of these and improve the quality of life during allergy season.

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Common symptoms of seasonal allergies

Runny nose and nasal congestion: This is among the most annoying symptoms. The nose may run constantly or feel blocked, which can make it difficult to breathe properly.

Sneezing attacks: Pollen disorders can trigger sudden and frequent sneezing, which can be very disturbing and distracting.

Itchy eyes: Irritation and itchy eyes are common symptoms of seasonal allergies, which can make it difficult to focus or be comfortable.

Fatigue and low energy: Allergy symptoms can also lead to fatigue and low energy due to the constant fight against the body's reaction to the allergens.

Natural remedies to avoid problems

Avoid allergens: The first step to reducing symptoms is to avoid contact with pollen as much as possible. This may mean staying indoors during periods of high pollen levels or avoiding areas with tall grass or flowering plants. Keep windows closed to further avoid bringing in pollen.


Keep the home clean: Keeping the home clean and dust free can help reduce the amount of allergens found indoors. Regular vacuuming, ventilation and use of air purifiers can be of great help. Consider hygiene practices: You can reduce the presence of pollen by changing your clothes when you return home after spending time outdoors and may have brought pollen home with you. Feel free to choose to shower in the evening and make sure to rinse out your hair, as pollen can easily get stuck in it.


Nasal irrigation: Rinse away allergens from the nose but help to rinse the nose with saline solution and thus also reduce nasal congestion. Remember to use the correct technique when rinsing your nose, feel free to consult shop staff if you buy a nasal rinse.


Review your diet: Cross-allergies are not uncommon and reactions can get worse during pollen season. Different fruits, nuts and vegetables can cause cross-allergic reactions. If you notice that you react to a food, you can try to avoid it during the season. An alternative that works for many is also to cook the fruit. Living with hay fever and seasonal allergies can be challenging, but using these natural strategies can ease symptoms and improve quality of life during allergy season. It is important to remember that all people are unique and what works for one person may not work for another.