Alleviating Hay Fever

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Reduce Your Anxiety

  • Try to decrease your anxiety levels. There is a clear connection between anxiety and severe hay fever symptoms.
  • Statistically, seven out of 10 hay fever sufferers with signs of anxiety rate their symptoms as awful or draining.
  • As anxiety levels decrease, symptoms become less severe.

Do More Exercises

Try to decrease your anxiety levels. There is a clear connection between anxiety and severe hay fever symptoms.

Try to decrease your anxiety levels. There is a clear connection between anxiety and severe hay fever symptoms.

  • Consistent exercises can help your hay fever. People with hay fever who do workouts have minor symptoms.
  • Exercise will help decrease your anxiety levels, too.
  • Try to do about three hours of moderate workouts, such as brisk walks, each week.
  • Though, through hay fever season, it’s best to stop exercising outside until the pollen level is not so high.
  • This is usually early in the morning and before sunset. As an alternative, exercise in the afternoon or late in the evening when pollen levels tend to be lowest.
  • If pollen levels are very high, do indoor workouts, for instance at your local gym.

Make Sure You Eat Well

  • Severe hay fever symptoms are less likely to occur in people who eat healthy foods.
  • Eat a diverse, stable diet with lots of fruit and vegetables, but be alert that particular foods can aggravate hay fever.
  • Foods that can deteriorate hay fever symptoms for some individuals include melons, bananas, apples, tomatoes and celery.

Reduce The Consumption Of Alcohol

  • Alcohol deteriorates hay fever. Spirits, wine and beer comprise of histamine, the substance that activates allergy symptoms within your body.
  • Alcohol also dehydrates the body, which causes your hay fever symptoms to get worse.

Rest Well

  • Try to escape too many late evenings while the hay fever season is in progress.
  • Individuals with hay fever who get at least 8 hours sleep tend to have mild symptoms.

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