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Hay Fever

When runny nose is the result of an allergy, the condition is called Hay Fever. Most Hay Fever is a reaction to plant pollens and popularly known as allergic rhinitis. Hay Fever is the mainly widespread allergy. Hay Fevers develop after the period of sensitization has taken place; allergic rhinitis, with its intermittent seasonal exposure to pollens, usually does not show before the age of four years. Since the triggers of perennial Hay Fevers are constantly in the environment, they develop more quickly.



Hay Fever
Take a handful lemon pieces and grapes; get them boiled and after boiling, mince these smoothly into a regular paste. Add some honey into the paste. This is an efficient home remedy to treat the problem of hay fever.
Hay Fever
  • Lemon
  • Grapes
  • Honey
Hay Fever
  • Drink only boiled water, this will disinfect the water and you can be assured about the purity of the water.
  • As pollens can enter your body and cause hay fever, make sure that you don't go out of the house early in the morning and late in the evening. Because this is the time when pollens are in majority in the air.
  • Dairy products should be avoided, as flour, sugar and salt present in these products will not give relief in hay fever.
  • Stay away from smoking and drinking alcohol, as it is not good during any kind of fever.
  • Don't keep your face and hair wet for too long, as this will give you cold and it will also increase your fever.
Other Remedies
Hay Fever
  • Apply petroleum jelly inside the nostrils to soothe some of the irritation.
  • Boil chamomile in water and inhale the fumes. This trick opens up blocked airways.
  • Combine one cup of Indian gooseberry juice with two teaspoons of honey. Drink twice a day over the course of a week.
  • Drink plenty of green tea, which is a natural antihistamine. If you can't find green tea, black tea is an acceptable substitute.
  • Eat a lot of garlic. Garlic is a natural decongestant and an immunity builder against many types of allergens.
 
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