Key Information About Hay Fever
Hay fever is also known as allergic rhinitis. Approximately 10 to 30 percent of adults and 40 percent of children worldwide are affected by this condition.
Congestion, inflammation, itchy mouth, sneezing, sinus pressure, itchy throat, coughing, itchy watery eyes, itchy nose and tiredness are some common symptoms of hay fever.
This condition produces a runny nose with a thin, watery discharge.
Hay Fever vs Common Cold
Caused by an allergen
Caused by virus
Usually lasts for many weeks
Lasts for around five days
Does not cause fever
Usually causes fever
Inflammation Caused by Hay Fever
Hay fever is caused by allergic response to allergens like pet dander, dust mites and pollen.
You can get hay fever at any age, although it usually begins in childhood or during the teenage years.
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Doctors use antihistamine medicines to treat symptoms of hay fever. Intranasal corticosteroid sprays are effective against moderate to severe symptoms of this condition.
Probiotic modulation of the immune system relieves hay fever symptoms.
No one should have to live their lives inconvenienced by hay fever.— Shelly Horton, Australian lifestyle and media commentator
Find out what substances you are allergic to. Reducing your exposure to these substances should ease your symptoms.
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