Hay Fever tips are a bit like pollen. There are so many flying around, it’s difficult to know what to do. So HayMax creator thought he’d gather together all the best ones that have helped him, in a memorable way … just remember ALLERGENS…
A – Antihistamines. Antihistamine tablets and capsules can relieve most hay fever symptoms – sneezing, itchy, runny eyes, skin irritation, itchy nose and throat.
L – Limit. Limit your exposure to pollen by vacuuming furniture regularly, keeping pets clean and windows shut.
L – Love. Lots of sex helps your hay fever! At the point of orgasm the sympathetic nervous system constricts blood vessels across the body and an Iranian neurologist has suggested that this could help with hay fever. What could be a more pleasant way to deal with hay fever than that? Although there may be some practical issues around timing and locations!
E – Eyes. When going outdoors, wear wrap-around sunglasses to prevent pollen particles coming in contact with your eyes.
R – Relax. Stress exacerbates your symptoms so try to keep calm. Practice mindfulness techniques and meditation and limit your screen time.
G – Going out. Try to avoid going out peak pollen times – early in the morning and in the early evening – but if you can’t avoid these times, take your allergen barrier balm with you.
E – Eat red onions and apples, which contain the natural antihistamine quercetin. Pineapple contains bromelain helping the absorption of quercetin, and garlic helps reduce excess catarrh.
N – Nasal allergen barrier balm. We would say this wouldn’t we! But HayMax organic drug-free allergen barrier balms are designed specifically for hay fever sufferers, are invisible when applied around the base of the nostrils and the bones of the eyes, and in the most recet independent survey 80% said HayMax works. (Read the report here).
S – Steroid nasal sprays. These reduce inflammation in the nose and work best for clearing nasal symptoms – itching, sneezing, watering and congestion.
HayMax is a multi award winning, drug-free, non-drowsy allergen barrier balm. HayMax traps pollen, dust and pet allergens before they enter the body. Suitable for the whole family, including pregnant and breastfeeding women & children.
I am pregnant with my first baby and was having such an awful time with my hay fever. There was nothing for me to take and I was feeling so miserable and sorry for myself! Thankfully I came across Hay Max and I haven't looked back since! I simply apply it through out the day, my uncomfortable symptoms are no more and the best part is I know this will not harm my baby. Thanks Hay Max, what a lifesaver you have been for me!
I found this product by accident at my local pharmacy 4 years ago and it's changed my summers. Before this product i was using nose sprays, tablets, vaseline and as many remadies i could find like local honey (i'm fortunate to have my own beehive). Nothing worked for long and i felt like a prisoner in my house with windows closed and stuck in my house for months on end. From the very first use it was a revalation and i have since regained living outside during the nice weather. I use it for my daughter also and have found that it has reduced her asthma symptoms during the summer months too. I can not recomend this product highly enough and i am sure i'll be a life long user.
Great product,easy to use both at home and when travelling and has helped with my hay fever. Can breather easily with wheezing If also needed, the customer care and advice is helpful and friendly.
My mum bought it for me ages ago but since moving from Wiltshire to Wales, I didn't really suffer anymore. However this year my hayfever became terrible and when I came across Haymax in my bits and pieces I thought I may as well give it ago - AND IT WORKED!! I have literally just used Haymax and after days of itchy eyes and a runny nose, I'm so thankful to say I can see and breathe again - what a wonderful product!
For the past 3 years I have suffered from hay fever, as you can probably guess this is not the best thing to have while riding a motorbike in the height of summer "you know the thing, having to put up with itchy and watery eyes, sore nose, and the dreaded sneezing" that was until I received my copy of bike magazine and seen this little pot of dreams Keep up the good work those people at haymax