The Allergy Season Survival Guide
Allergy season is almost upon us, and for Hay Fever sufferers it can be miserable. You should be out enjoying the sunshine, but instead you’re struggling with itchy eyes, a runny nose and breathing problems. Lucky for you, we’ve got an Allergy Survival Guide to help you make Hay Fever less of a summer fun ruiner.
- Try wearing wraparound sunglasses. The wide shape helps stop pollen from getting into your eyes, plus makes you look extra cool.
- To stop the sneezes when the pollen count is high, put a little Vaseline around your nostrils.
- Stop your partner from digging you in the ribs on the middle of the night, and reduce congestion and Hay Fever induced snoring with Breathe Right Nasal Strips.
- Soothe itchy, red eyes with gentle eye drops, such as Optrex Allergy Eyes.
- Keep pollen out of your home by vacuuming regularly and dusting with a damp cloth. You can also try changing your clothes when you get home, or keeping windows closed to keep pollen where it belongs; outside!
- Keep a good supply of antihistamine tablets in stock so you’re always prepared for an allergy attack. Grab a triple pack of Piriton Allergy Tablets, so you can keep a supply at home, at work AND in your bag.
- Some Hay Fever sufferers report that anti-inflammatory foods, such as oily fish, nuts and seeds, reduce their symptoms.
- For the littler members of the family, you can ease Hay Fever symptoms with Benadryl For Children Allergy Solution, which is sugar free, and suitable for smalls over 2 years old.
Don’t let allergies ruin your fun. You can find a solution to suit you in our Hay Fever and Allergy section, no matter how high the pollen count.