HayMax™ gets the Olympic seal of approval in the Daily Express when sprinter Marlon Devonish tells the Daily Express about discovering HayMax™.
The sprint ace has struggled to manage his hay fever since starting to compete. He has to pass stringent drug tests and have all medications approved by an international athletics body. Developing exercise induced asthma was a blow for Devonish. Asthma and hayfever are closely linked.
Symptoms of hayfever include sneezing, itchy eyes, red and swollen eyes and itchy face. A blocked nose from hay fever can lead to wheezing and difficulty breathing.
HayMax™, the recipient of an Allergy Friendly Product award judged by a panel of experts is recommended by Allergy UK’s Lindsey McManus in the article. HayMax™ is a natural way to help hayfever.
HayMax™ creator Max Wiseberg explains: ‘Pollen barrier balms are especially beneficial for sports people as they’re drug free with no drowsy side effects. By blocking pollen from entering the body it [HayMax™] helps the sufferer stay hayfever free for longer.’